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The 1936 Rainbow 



Published by the Students of the 

Junior College of Augusta 

and the 

Academy of Richmond County 

VOLUME TEN 



AUGUSTA, 
GEORGIA 




!Pi!>ei^ of ^oolt$'.. 



Administration 
dlasses 
^TZilitar^ 
^tl)Utics 
jFeatures 
^ctiviti^s 




()t^i?U)01^()- 



iHag 13oii lifi.- again, 
Chrough the pages of 
Shis book, the happiness, 
^ctifaitg ant) pltasute 
Of Dour Bchool career . . . 
Catch again the eclui of 
Jinrrniiiq footsteps . . . 
ILhc life anil laughter, 
U,he sunlight anb shabotn, 
(@f uour most belightful 
An& profitahle experience. 




the 
1936 %iiiibo'w dedicates this volume . . . 
In sincere appreciation of his years of service 
to the Academy and Junior College. We 
shall always think of him as a brilliant in- 
structor and an unfailing friend. 



"Laigc heart, keen nit, and lofty •■mil and 
rare."— Molicre. 




Mr. ;?Ju5tiii :A. i-{. Itii-yuc 



Tin 5tlemoriam 

This page is dedicated in loring 
memory to one of our comrades 

(Beorge ^Albert Ora^lor. 3r. 

■3uty 15. 1921 "Dcctmber 20. 1933 

r\ ijounq man who cxempliiii d in Ins iliiilij li\ini) tnusi 
slerlinq trails of (haraclcr and nianhood ot wni(li vrrtal 
Men ape mode. [lis academic record triFourjn llipcr 
semesleps of affendance al fne r\caili inij, nni i|n<]llc(l \ii\ 
fnal ot anij otlicr codtl. \\ili sir\i Im ijinr*. id foint us 
an inspirnlinn to liis < IiismuuIi s. 




Administration 



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"Executives 



HE 1936 RAINBOW 



OUR PRESIDENT 




James Lister Skinner, B. S., E. E. 

B. S., Alabama Polytechnic Insliluie, 1908; E. E.. Alabama Polytechnic 
Institute, 1909; Columbia University Summer School. 1921; Assistant in 
Electric Laboratory, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1908-09; Instructor in 
Mathematics and Electrical Engineering, Alabama Polytechnic Institute. 
1909-10; Instructor in Mathematics and Physics. Alabama Polytechnic Insti- 
tute, 1910-11; Superintendent. Electric Light, Water and Gas Plants, Eufaula, 
Ala., 1911-15: Mathematics and Physics, The Academy of Richmond County, 
1915-26: Assistant Principal, Academy of Richmond County, 1924-26; Dean, 
Academy of Richmond County and The Junior College of Augusta, 1925-30: 
President, The Academy of Richmond County and The Junior College of 
Augusta, 1930-. 



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OUR DEAN 




Eric West Hardy, A. B., A. M. 

A. B., Furman University, 1908; A. M., University of Chicago, 1911; Graduate 
Student, University of Chicago, 1908-09; Pi Gamma Mu; Instructor in History 
and Economics, Ourhita College, 1909-10; Graduate Student, University of 
Chicago, 1910-11; Headmaster, Fork Union Military Academy. 1911-14; Dean 
and Acting President, Bessie Tift College for Women, 1915-18; Academy of 
Richmond County, 1920-26; Instructor, American Institute of Banking, 1930-34; 
The Junior College of Augusta. 1926-30; Dean, The Academy of Richmond 
County and The Junior College of Augusta, 1930-. 



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Board of Trustees, The Academy of Richmond County 

BRYAX CLMMIXt; PRi:SIDEXT 

JOHX PHIXIZV \'ICK-PRi;SIDEXT 

WARRILX BOTHWELL SECRETARY-TREASURER 

LAXDOX THOMAS E. C. H. DAXFORTH. JR. 

FKRniXAXl) IMllXIZV W. M( iXTOMERV HARRISOX 

Officers of Board of Education 

T. J. FEXDER PRESIDENT 

H. L. l^IURPHE^■ \"ici-:-I'Resii)EXt 

s. D. copelaxi) si-:c. axd sli't. of schools 

High School and Junior College Committee 

.MRS. BEX E. LESTER CHAIK.\L\X 

(".. II. CMECKER .\n<S. J. F. ML'LLIGAX 

R. T. .MOORE !■: II. llCTClIiXSOX 

J. J. HARBLX 



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JP^acult;? 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 



FACULTY OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE AND ACADEMY 




ERNEST MASON ALLEN, Ph. B. 

French 

Ph. B.. Emory University, 1926: Sliider.l Inslructor in Frer.ch. Emory University, 1925-26; 
A. R. C. 1926-; I. C. A. 1936-. 



A. EDWIN ANDERSON, A. B., A. U. 

English and German 

A. B., Vanderbill University. 1928; A, M.. Var.derbill Uriversity, 1929; Instructor ol 
English and French, Vanderbill University. 192E-32: Graduate Student, Harvard University, 
1932-33; A. M., Peobody College, 193i; Member cl Phi Beta Kappa and Kappa Delta Pi: 
Instructor of German. Peabody College, Summer oi 1935; I- C, A., 1934-. 







JUSTIN A. H. BEGUE. B. S., A. B. 

French 

E. S.. A. B.. University ol Pans. 1907; Instructor in Mathematics and Modern Languages, 
Cairo (Egypt) College: Modern Languages. College of Ouimper (France). 1913-14: Modern 
Languages. College Leconte de Lisle, 1917-20: Senior High School. Mahanoy City, Pa., 
1921-23; A. R. C, 1923-26; J. C. A.. 1926-36. 




KATHARINE P. BOGGS. 3. S. 

EotJCATlOH 

Graduate ol Birmingham Normal Training School; B. S.. Columbia University. 1920; 
Special Diploma. ■"Supervisor in Training Schools." Columbia University. 1920: Graduate 
Student. Columbia University, one summer lession: University of Georgia, one summer 
session; Director, Training School for Teachers, Augusta. Ga.; Instructor in University ol 
Tennessee Summer School, 1921-23; J. C. A.. 1926. 



G. LANGSTON BOLTON. B. S. 

Science 

B. S.. Emory University. 1926: Cut! ben High School, 1926-27; Principal. lesup High 
School, 1927-28; Cartersville High School, 1928-30; A. R. C, 1930-. 



MARION TURNER BRYSON. A. 5. 

Science 

A. B.. Gordon Institute, 1909: Emory University. 1911; HiUsboro High School 1909-10; 
Boslick High School, 1911-12; Buckhoad High School. 1912-14; Tennille High School. 
1915 17; A. R. C, I917-. 






JAMES MORGAN BUCKNER. B. S.. U. S. 

Mathematics 

B. S„ Clemson College, 1910; M. S.. University of Wls«>nsin IS'^: ^""/"^'^^^"fx" 
(Ga.) High School, 1910-12; Principal, Rockville (S. C.) High School, 1912-13; A. R- C. 1922-. 



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FACULTY OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE AND ACADEMY 




O'NEAL W. CHANDLER. A. B. 

Science 

A. B., University cf Georgia, 1922: Instructor, Waynesboro High School, 1923-24; 
A. R. C, 1925-. 



CHARLES GUY CORDLE, A. B., A. M. 

History 

A. B., Trinity College (Duke University), 1914: A M.. Trinity College, 1915: Summer 
School, Columbia University, 1917: Summer School, Em.ory University, 1930: Summer School, 
University of Georgia, 1933: A. M. in History, University of Georgia, 1935; Student As- 
sistant in Latin, Trinity College, 1913-15: Graduate Assistant in German, Trinity College, 
1914-15: Instructor, Baird's School for Boys, 1915-16: A, R, C, 1916-26: Director ,Summer' 
School, J. C. A., 1931-32: Head of History Department, A. R, C, 1922-26; J. C. A„ 1926- 





GEORGE M. DASHER 
Shop 
Graduate cf A. R, C; Teacher cf Carpentry, A. R. C, 1924-. 



ELROY DuPUIS, A. B. 
English 





A. B., University of Georgia, 1928; Graduate study in English, University of N. C, 
1930-31; Georgia Military College, 1928-30; Riverside Military Academy, 1931-33; Starke 
University School, 1933-34; Cherokee Normal College, 1934-35; A. R. C, 1935-. 



JOHN MARSHALL ELLIS, A- B.. M. S., Ph. D. 

Biology 

A. B,, Emory University, 1924; M, S., Emory University, 1926;, Ph. D., University of 
California, 1934; Graduate Fellov/ in Biology, Emory University, 1924-1926; Professor of 
Biology, Southern College, Lakeland, Fla,. 1924-1926, (Partial Sessions): Graduate Work, 
Marine Biology Laboratory, Woods H^ie, Mass,, Summer 1929: Graduate Work, University 
of California, Summer 1931; on leave to the University of California, 1932-1933; J. C, A., 
1926-. 



CHARLES MARTIN ETHEREDGE, A. B. 

English 

A. B„ Newberry College, 1923; Principal, Waverly Consolidated High School. Waverly. 
Go., 1923-1924: Superintendent, Cape High School, Cape, S. C„ 1926-1927; A. R. C. 1927-.' 




lOHN EVANS EUBANKS, A. B., A. M. 

Latin -Government 

A. B., Wofford College, 1916; A. M., Wofford College. 1916; A. M., Columbia University, 
1927; American Academy in Rome, Summer 1929; Instructor, Textile Industrial Instituto, 
Sparlanbuig, S. C. 1915; Instructor. Academic High School. Columbus. Go., 1916-1917; 
on leave of absence for graduate wjrk at Columbia University, session 1932-33; A. R, C. 
1919-26: I, C, A„ 1926-. 




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FACULTY OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE AND ACADEMY 




GEORGE W. EWING. B. S. 

Mathematics and Science 

B. S,. Presbyterian College. 1933: Student Instructor at Presbyterian College in Biology 
Department: Graduate Work at Tulane University, 1934; Secretary. Boys* Work in Local 
Y. M. C. A.. 1934: A. R. C. 1934-. 



lULIA A. FLISCH. A. M.. ADVISER OF WOMEN 

History 

Graduate of Lucy Cobb Institute; A. M. (Honorary), University ot Georgia. 1899: 
Graduate Student, Harvard University, one summer session: University of Chicago, three 
summer sessions; University of Virginia Summer School, 1931; A. M., University of Wisconsin. 
1908; Teacher, Georgia Normal and Industrial College, 1893-1905: Executive Clerk, Exten- 
sion Division, University of Wisconsin, 1905-1907; Secretary, Economics Department, Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin. 1907- 1908: Teacher. Tubman High School, 1908-1926: Teacher, University 
of Georgia Summer Session, 1905, 1912, 1913. 1923: I. C. A.. 1926-, 






NORMAN L. GALLOWAY, B, S., M. A. 

Education ahd Economics 

Student, Urion Uriversity, lackaon, Tenn., 1919; Western Kertucky State Teachers 
College. !922; Superirterderl o( Schools, Farmington, Ky„ 1922-25; B. S., Murray State 
Teachers College, 1927; Supervisor of Rural Schools, McCrackon County, Ky., 1926-27; 
Supervisor. Rural Schools. Graves Coa.ily Ky„ 1927-28-29; M. A,. Georse Peabody College 
for Teachers. 1929; Instructor. Summ<?r College, ]. C. A., 1929; Supeintendent of Schools. 
LaCenter. Ky.. 1929-30; I. C. A.. 1930-. 



ROBERT EMIL GRESSETTE. A. B. 

HiSTOBY 

A. B. 'Iniversiiy of South Caro'ina 1931- A. R. C„ 1931-, 



LUTHER ALFRED GRIFFIN, B, S. A„ M, S, 

Botany 

B, S. A., University of Georgia, 1922; M. S„ University of Michigan, 1931; Science In- 
structor, Waycross High School, 1922-23; Head of Science Department, Waycross High 
School. 1923-25; Science Instructor. Marietta High School. 19261927; Science Instructor, A. 
R. C. 1927-32; I. C. A., 1932-. 



JOHN THOMAS HAINS, B, S, in Education 

Mathematics 

Graduate. Academy of Richmond County. 1910-11: B. S, in Education, University of 
Georgia, 1915: Graduate Student, University of Georgia, 1920-21; Instructor, Albany High 
School, Albany, Ga„ 1915-17; Commanc'ant cf Corps of Cadets ard Instructor, Athens High 
School, 1920-22; Superintendent, Swainsboro High School. Swalnsboro, Ga„ 1922-23: Com- 
mandant of Corps of Cadets. A. R. C, 1923-26: Instructor. A. R. C„ 1923; J. C. A„ 1926-. 






WILLIAM REDDING KENNEDY 

Commercial 

Georgia Normal College, 1904; Zonerian College, Columbus, Ohio, 19P8; Professor, 
South Georgia College, 190609; Rome High School, 1912-13: Extension work at Georgia, 
1931-33; A. R. C. 1913-. 



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FACULTY OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE AND ACADEMY 



J. CURTIS LUCKEY. B. S. 

Mathematics 

B. S. in Commerce, University of Georgia, 1927r Summer Graduate Work, University o: 
Georgia, 1932; Fourth District A. and M., Carrollton, Ga., 1927-33; A. R. C, 1933-. 



VERNON MADDOX, B. S. 

CcMMERCIAL SUBJECTS 

B. S. in Commerce, Georgia Tech, 1933; A. R. C, I935-. 




WILLIAM LEROY MADEN, A. B., A. U. 

French 

A. B., Tusculum College. 1926: Assistant Principal, St. James High School. Greenville, 
Tenn,, 1926-27; Principal, St. James High School, 1927-28; Graduate Student. Duke University 
1926-29; A. M., Duke University, 1930; A. R. C. and J. C. A., 1930-. 








ANTON PAUL MARKER?, B. S. in C. E.. M. A. 

Mathematics and Drawing 

B. S. in C. E., Georgia School of Technology, 1921; M. A., Columbia University, 1929; 
Graduate Student, University of Chicago, summer 1925; Instructor, A. R. C 1921-26- J C 

A., 1926-. 



ELENORA KATHLEEN MERTINS 

Tubman High School, 1920-23; Miss Furk's Business College. 1923-24; Secretary to 
Manager. Augusta Ice & Coal Company. 1924-34; Secretary to President, Academy and 
Junior College, 1934-. 



CHARLES HAROLD MITCHELL. A. B.. M. A. 

English — Education 

A. B.. University of Pittsburgh, 1918; M. A., University of Fillsburgh. 1931; Professional 
College Teacher's Life Certificate, State of Georgia, 1933; Holder of Honor Scholarship, Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh. 1914-1918; Cadet Captain and Assistant in Instruction. R. O. T. C 
University of Pittsburgh. 1917-18; Graduate of F. A. C. O. T. S.. Camp Taylor, Kentucky. 
1918; Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, U. S. Army, 1918: Cross of Service. U. D. C, 1926; 
Roadway Accounta.'^t. Virginia Railway. 1919-20; Student, Washington and Lee University, 
1915-16; Graduate Student, Harvard University, one semester, 1922-23; Graduate Student. 
Summer School. University of Pittsburgh. 192629; Graduate Student. Summer School. Duke 
University. 1933; Instructor, A. R. C. Summer School. 1930-31; A. R. C. 1920-; J. C. A. 1928-. 




JOHN BURCHELL MOORE. A. B. 

Engush 

A. B., University of South Carolina. 1920; Eight years of teaching experience in Georgia. 
Florida. South Carolina, and North Carolina: A. R. C, 1929-. 




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FACULTY OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE AND ACADEMY 





I. GEOR3E McDonald, ph. b. 

Mathematics 

Ph. B.. Emery University. 1915r Principal, Greensboro High School, 1915-15; Lakoland 
(Fla.) High School. 1916-18: Kentucky Military Institute. 1918-20; A. R. C. 1920-. 



DAVID FRANKLIN McDOWEI.L. A. B.. A. M. 

Spanish 

A. B.. University cf Floric'a. 1924; A. M.. University ol Florica. 1928; Summer School. 
University of North Carolina, 1929-30 31; Traveled in Spain, summer ol 1932; Teaching 
Fellow. University ol North Carolina. 1930-31; Teacher. Lake City, Fla.. High School. 1924-25; 
Teacher, Miami, Fla., High School, 1926-27; Teacher, lohn Gorrie Junior High School, lack- 
sonville. Flo., 1928-29-30; Instructor in French and Spanish, Extension Division, University ol 
Florida. 1923-29. 1929-30; I. C. A.. 1931-. 



AUBURN G. OWENS. A. 3. 

English 

A. B.. University ol Georgia. 1925; Graduate Student. University ol Georgia, 1925-26; 
Instructor. Waynesboro High School. 1925-28; A. R. C. 1928-. 



HENRY OSGOOD READ. Ph. B.. A. M. 

Emclish 

Ph. 8.. Emory University, 1916; A. M.. Emory University. 1918; A. M.. Columbia Unlvor- 
sity, 1925; Special Diploma. ' SupcrvisDr ol English." Columbia University. 1925; Graduate 
Work, University ol Calilornia, 1931; Fellow in English. Emory University Academy, 1917-18; 
Principal, Dawson (Ga.) High School, 1919-21; Superintendent, Dawson Public Schools, 
1921-22; Head ol English Department, A. R. C. 1922-26; Head ol Doparlmonl ol English. 
I. C. A.. 1925-. 





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GEORGE H. RIDGV/AY. A. B. 

Chemistry 

A. B.. University of Georgia. 1922; Summer School. University ol Georgia. 1923 and 
1933; PensGcola (Fla.) High School. 1923-24: Galnesvi'.le Struby School. 1921-26; A. R. C. 
1927-. 




JOE MAYS ROBERTSON, B. S. 

Mathematics 

B. S.. Clemson College; Principal and Instructor. Public Schools ol Pickens County. 
S. C, 1921-25; Superintendent cl Schools, Saluda, S. C. 192528; A. R. C. 1928-. 



CHARLES ASBERRY ROYSTON. B. S. 

History 

B. S.. University oi Georgia, 1922; Florida HiRh School, 1922-23; Louisville High School. 
1923-24; Marietta High School. 1924-26; Cordele High School. 1926-27; Gainesville High 
School. 1927-29; A. R. C. 1929-. 




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FACULTY OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE AND ACADEMY 






GEORGE MILTON SCOTT, A. B., B. Lit., A. M. 

English 

A. B., University of Chattanooga, 1922: B. Lit. in Journalism. Columbia University, 1926: 
A. M.. Duke University. 1935: Summer School. Columbia University. 1923 and 192B: 
A. R. C, 1922-26; J. C. A., 1933-. 



CHESTER ARTHUR SCRUGGS. A. B. 

Chemistry 

A. B., Mercer University, 1911: Graduate Student, University of Chicago, Summer 1925- 
26: Principal, Marshallville High School. 1911-13: Principal, Round Oak High School, 1913-lB; 
Principal, Ashburn High School, 1916-17; Director, Summer School, .A. R. C, 1918-24; 
A. R. C, 1917-; I. C. A., 1926-. 



ALBERT F. SIMPSON. A. B.. A. M. 

HisToaY AND Government 

A. B., Davidson College, 1925; University of Georgia, 1925-26; Northwestern University, 
summer of 1931: A. M. in History, Vanderbilt University, 1935; Washington High School. 
1926-27; A. R. C, 1927-; Director of Athletics, A. R. C, 1931-. 



BENJAMIN ROY SMITH, A. B. 
History 
A. B., Wofford College, 1919; Instructor, Carlisle Preparatory School, 1922-24; A, R. C„ 



JAMES GU3TAVE SPETH, A. B., A. M. 

Citizenship and Mathematics 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1929: A. M. in Histcry, Cornell University, 1930; Daytona 
Beach (Fla.) High School, 1930-34; A. R. C, 1935-. 



CHESTER McKENLEY SUTTON, A. B.. A. M. 

English 

A. B.. Guilford College, 1918; A. B., Haverford College, 1919: A. M., University of 
North Carolina. 1924; Graduate Study, University of North Carolina, 1925-26; Duke Univer- 
sity Summer School, 1931, 1933; Principal, - Manteo High School, 1919-20; Principal, Bona 
Vista High School, 1920-22; Principal, Ltggett High School, 1922-23; Principal, Mount Pleas- 
ant High School, 1924-25; Duke University Summer School, 1931, 1933. 1934; Instructor in 
English, University of North Carolina, 1925-26; Head of Department of English, Piedmont 
College, Summer School of 1926; J. C. A., 1926-. 






JOSEPH LE CONTE TALLEY, B. S.. M. S. 

Physics 

B. S.. University of Georgia, 1923; M. S., Mercer University, 1925; Columbia University 
Summer School, 1928; Graduate Assistant in Physics and Mathematics. Mercer University. 
1923-24; Instructor in Physics, Mathematics, and Drafting, 1924-25: Head of Physics Depart- 
ment, Mercer University Summer School, 1926: A. R. C. and J. C. A.. 1926-. 




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Front View of Auditorium 




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3. (L. -A. SophoTrtores 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 



OFFICERS OF I C. A. SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Thomas Zenas Sprott, Ib. 

Lieutenant R.O.T.C. 1; Chemistry 
Qub 1; Vice-President 2: Phi Theta 
Kappa 2; President of Class 2; Hon- 
or 1. 2; RAINBOW Staft 2. 



Elizabeth Skinheb 

Treasurer. Freshman Class; Glee 
Club 1: Literary Society 1: President 
2: Student Council 2; Phi Thela Kap- 
pa; President 2; Editor-in-Chief oi 
RAINBOW 2. 



Margie Mulherin 

Chemistry Club: Treasurer 1; High 
Honor 1; Cass Secretary 2; Assistant 
Library Ecitor. Rainbow 2; Phi Theta 
Kappa: Treasurer 2: Voted Most 
Popular Sophomore Girl 2. 




Dorothy Wise Newman 

Vice-President, Sophomore Class: 
Glee Club 2: Cheer Leader 2; Bas- 
ketball 1. 2: Golf Tourramenl. 



Katherime Samille Save 

Literary Society 1 ; Secrolary-Troas- 
.:9r 2: Glee Club 1; Secretary 
Y.W.C.A. Club 1; Secretary of Fresh- 
man Class: Stu^or.t Courcil 2; Horor 

2. 



Iames Taylor Sawders 

Spanish C^ub 1: Glee Club 1: 
Assistant Business Marager, MUS- 
KETEER 1: High Honcr 1: Chemistry 
Club 1, 2: Secretary 1: Orchestra 
1. 2: Gold "R" Society: Captain in 
Band. R.O.T.C. 2; Sabre Club 1, 2; 
Class Treasurer 2. 



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J. C. A. SOPHOMORES 



Dorothy Ellen Adams 
Glee Club I; Basketball 1, 2. 



Cleg Bacon 



Saul Blum 



Law Club 2; Intramural Basket- 
ball 2. 



Mary Margaret Born 




John Lloyd Adams 

J. C. A. Lorw Club 1: Secretary 2; 
r. C. A. H;-Y 2: Glee Club 2; Sabre 
Club 1. 2; 1st Lieut.. R.O.T.C. 2; 
J. C. A. Basketball League. 



Susan Barnes 

Y.W.C.A. Club I, 2; Secretary 2; 
Chemistry Club 1 ; High Honor 1 
Glee Club 1, 2; Phi Theta Kappa; 
\ i-re President 2; Valedictorian 2. 



Alma June Boozer 



Spanish Club 1. 



Rose Cecelia Bryngelson 



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Eugene Hampton Bryson 

Rho Chi 1: Treasurer 2; GoU 
Team 1. 2; Terr is Team; J. C. A. 
Basketba'l Team 1; Captain J. C. A. 
All-Star Basketball Team 2; Cheinis- 
:ry Club 1. 2. 



Victor Casella 
Chomislry Club 1, 2. 



Ruth Cowah 
Cervantes Club 1; Girls' HIY 1. 2. 



Leonard Garten 

Chemistry Club 1. 2: Literary So- 
ciety 1. 2; Honor 1; Phi Theta Kap- 
pa 2. 




Kathleen Byers 



Vernon Rubell Cawley 

Chemistry Club 1.- Rho Chi 2; 
Hsnor 1: High Honor 2; Phi Theta 
Kappa 2. 



Dorothy Eubanks 



r^ARY GlVENS 

Y.W.C.A. Club 1, 2; Literary So- 
ciety 1; Chemistry Club 1; Glee 
Cub \: High Honor 1; Phi Theta 
Kappa 2. 



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Joseph Good 

Captain, R.O.T.C. 1, 2; Sabre 
Club 2. 



Thelma Harbin 

Y.W.C.A. Club 1, %: Literary So- 
ciety 1; Orchestra 2; Chemistry 
Club 2. 



Martha Heri^an 

Cheer Leader 1, 2; Basketball 1, 
2; Voted Most Beautiful Sopomore 2; 
Voted Best AU-Round Sopohomore 2. 



William N. Hildebrandt 




Kay Elaine Goodson 



Glee Club 1, 2: MUSKETEER staff 
l: Orchestra 2; RAINBOW staff 2. 



Edna Harrell 

Literary Society 1; Basketball 
Team 1, 2; "Stunt Night" Winner 
1, 2. 



Norma Ellen Hicks 

Chemistry Club 1, 2; High Honor 
1; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



Iennye Ruth Hill 

Y.W.C.A. Club 1: President, 
Y.W.C.A. Club 2: RAINBOW staff 2; 
Literary Society 1, 2. 



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James Otto Hoover 

Editor-in-Chief MUSKETEER 1; Lii 
erary Society 1, 2: Secretary 1; Vic= 
President 2; Major R.O.T.C. 2; Glee 
Club 1, 2r Sabre Club 1. 2; Geld 
"R" Society 1, 2; Chemistry Club 2: 
President 2: Law Club 2; Secretary 
2; Honor 1; Secretary, Phi Theta 
Kappa 2: Pre-Law Basketball 2; 
Voted Most Popular Sophomore Boy. 



WlLUAM C. IVEY, J.R 

Captain in Band, R.O.T.C. 2. 



Edward Christian Leaphart 
Rho Chi 1; Vice President 2. 



ViVIAK LOGUE 




Ada Myrtle Howard 
R.i^lNBOW stall. 



Mattie Avice Iames 

Literary Society 1. 2; Glee Club 1, 
2; Basketball Team 1. 2; RAINBOW 
stall 2: Varsity Club 2. 



Margaret Lemon 

Y.W.C.A. Club 1, 2; Chemistry 
Club 1. 2; Glee Club 1. 2; Honor 



Charles Marks 
La-.v Club 2. 



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Lorraine Ardene Mershon 

Chemistry Club 1; Y.W.C.A. Club 
1; Baskelba'.l Team 1, 1; Tennis 1, 2. 



Camilla Motes 



Henry Neal 



Mary Katherine Reese 

Chemistry Cub 1; Honor 1; Phi 
Theta Kappa 2. 




Robert F. Moore 



Chemistry Club 1. 2; I. C. A. Hi-Y: 
Manager of Orchestra 2. 



Da^id Moye 
I. C A. Pre-Law Club 2. 



Patrick Michael Redd 

Hi-Y 1, 2; Secretary 2; President 
2: Major, R.O.T.C. 2; Sabre Club 1, 
2; Law Club 2. 



Jane Elizabeth Rox 
H:;nor 1; Phi Theta Kappa. 



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Sara Sancken 

Basetball Team 2: Voted Most 
Fashionable Sophomore 2. 




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Timothy Joseph Stulb 

Intramural Volleyball 1; Goil 
Team 1. 2: Varsily Club Ir Hi-Y 1; 
Vice-President 2; AU-Star J. C. A. 
Basketball Team 2; Chemistry Club 
1. 2. 



Franklin Augustus Toole 

President, Chemistry Club 1: 
Treasurer 2; Spanish Club 1; Literary 
Society 1: Honor 1, 2. 



Mary Helen Walker 

Literary Society 1, 2; Honor 1, 2: 
Glee Club 1, 2: Basketball Team 1; 
V/inner of "Stunt Night" 1; Girls "Y" 
Club 1, 2; Publicity Supervisor 2. 




Henry Eugene Steadman 

Chemistry Club 1; Rho Chi 1, 2; 
President 2; Rho Chi Basketball 
Team 1. 



Louis Clare Sylvester 



Alice Virginia Videtto 
Phi Thela Kappa 2. 



Howard Rawobth Walker, Jr. 

Chemistry Qub 1, 2; Vice-Presi- 
dent 2; Honor 1. 



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Caholyh Louise Wallace 
Phi Theta Kappa 2. 




Winifred Woodward 

Y.W.C.A. Cli;b 1, Vice-President 
2: a:emistry Club 2; Honor 2. 




Direct V^iew of Main Entrance 



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Front of Building in First Year of Use 




Rear View of Auditorium 



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3. (T. -A. J^r£sl)men 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 



OFFICERS OF J. C A FRESHMEN CLASS 



Jack Cranston Fortune 

President. Freshman Class: Treas- 
urer. Student Council; Captain, 
R.O.T.C; Cheer Leader; J. C. A. Law 
Club; I. C. A. Hi-Y; Sports Editor. 
RAINBOW: I. C. A. Hi-Y Basketball 
Team: Sabre Club; Voted Most Popu- 
lar Freshman Boy. 



Bobby Mills 

Presidert. Student Council: J. C. A. 
Hi-Y; HI-Y Basketball Team; Sabre 
Club; Captain. R.O.T.C. 



Dorothy Lackman 

Glee Club; Basketball Team; Sec- 
retary of Class. 




George Thomas Rhodes 

Vicfr-President. Freshman Class; 

I. C. A. Hi-Y; I. C. A. Law Club; 

First Lieutenant, R.O.T.C; Sabre 
Club. 




Charles Allen Sxihher 



Captain, R.O.T.C; Sabre Club: 
;;ee Club; I. C A. Basketball Lea- 
Rille Team. 



AlEXANDEH DOHEMUS 

Treasurer, Freshman Class; Cap- 
tain, R.OT.C: Sabre Club: Literary 
Edi'or. RAINBOW; Business Mana- 
ger. Glee Club: Vice-President. J. C. 
A. Law Club. 



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J. C. A. FRESHMEN 



C:-:r:s Gus Antonakos 
Jur ior College Basketball League. 



Frances Margaret Bailey 



Warren Burke Bell 



Helen Connelly Boardman 

Chemistry Club; Voted Most Fash- 
ionable Freshman; Voted Most Popu- 
lar Freshman. 



Lenora V. Brown 



Harold B. Chandler 

Sabre Club 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; 
Rifle Team 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Law 
Club I, 2; Chemistry Club 1; Literary 
Society 1; Vice-President Law Club 
2; Cheer Leader 2. 




Florence J. Bailey 

Glee Club; Literary Society; Voted 

Most Beautihil Freshman. 



Martha Bailie 
Chemistry Club. 



Lorine Cathrine Black 



Sara Frances Boyd 
Basketball Team. 



Ermine Cater 
Basketball Team. 



Leland D. Chisolm 
Lieutenant R.O.T.C; Sabre Club. 



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Thomas Louis Clary, Jr. 
Rho Chi. 



J. E. COHB 



David Samuel Daley 

Military Editor, RAINBOW: Cap- 
tain, Basketball; President, Varsity 
Club: President, Sabre Club: Assist- 
ant Coach, "B" Varsity: Intramural 
Basketball: Student Council: Secre- 
tary, Chemistry Club: Junior College 
Hi-Y: Colonel, R.O.T.C: Gold "R" 
Club: Glee Club. 



Ada Frances Davidson 

Orchestra: Literary Society; Chem- 
istry Qub. 



loE Eugene DeWitt, Ja. 



Sara T.sivadeau Dunaway 
Glee Club. 




Alva K. Cooper. Jr. 

Vice-President Hi-Y; Glee Club; 
Sabre Club; J. C. A. Basketball Lea- 
gue: Managing Editor, MUSKETEER. 



Carolyn Elizabeth Creson 
Glee Club. 



Varion Nesbit Dasher 

Captain in Band. R.O.T.C; Busi- 
ness Manager. MUSKETEER: Chemis- 
try Club: Glee Club; Orchestra; 
Hi-Y. 



Grace Davis 
Glee Club. 



Elizabeth Lamar Dudley 



Caroline Dunbar 



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James B. Elixson 

First Lieutenant, R.O.T.C; Sabre 
Club; Glee Club; Pre-Law Club. 



Iris Epps 



Charles Fare 
Art Editor, RAINBOW. 



Alva Spencer Folsom 

Chemistry Club. 



Barney Frost 



Rboert Bright Gracey 

Ma-jr, R.O.T.C; Sabre Club; Mill- 
•arv Editor. RAINBOW; Pre-Law 
Cub; I. C. A. Hi-Y; Literary Society; 
Rifle Team. 




Robert G. Ellison 
Rho Chi. 



V/ill!AM Henderson Evans 



Nancy Parkman Florence 
Basketball Team. 



Charles Kilpatrick Fortune 

"Gas House" Basketball Team; 
Cheer Leader; Lieutenant, R.O.T.C; 
Sabre Club; Runner Up, Tennis Tour- 
nament. 



Frances C Gaines 

Basketball Team; Chemistry Club; 
Glee Club; Y.M.C.A.; J. A. C. Ut- 
i?:3ry Society; Spanish Club. 



Roy a. C Grizzell. Ir. 

Second Lieutenant, R.O.TC; Sabre 
riub. 



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Vera Gunn 



William Walton Hardin 
Chemistry Club. 



Julia Harbell 



William H. Heffernan 
Pre-Law Club; Tennis Team. 



Mary Cornelia Hightoweh 

Basketball Team: Chemistry Club; 
Junior College Y.W.C.A. 



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Elizabeth Howard 
Basketball Team. 



Vivian Harbeson 



Glee Club: Chemistry Club; Bas- 
>;elball Team. 




Thomas Joseph Heffernan 

Captain. R.O.T.C: Sabre Qub; 
C. A. Golf Team. 



!.!arvin Holley 
Prelaw Club. 



James Huhgerpiller 

Law Club 1; Literary Society 1: 
Presiderl, Law Club 2. 



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William M. Hutson 



Second Lieutenant, R.O.T.C.; Sabre 
Club. 



Elizabeth Joe 
Y.W.C.A. Club. 



John Coleman Jordan 
Golf Team. 



Margaret Kelly 



Joyce Elizabeth Lawrence 

Glee Club; Basketball Team; I. 
C. A. Literary Society; Assistant 
Business Manager, MUSKETEER. 



Samuel Joseph Lev/is, Jr. 
Rho Chi; Literary Society. 




Harry Jeffcoat, Jr. 

First Lieutenant, R.O.T.C; Sabre 
lub; Picture Editor of RAINBOW. 



Randolph L. Jones 

Pre-Law Club; Soprts Editor of 
MUSKETEER: J. C. A. Basketball 
League. 



William Kale 

Basketball League; J. C. A. Hi-Y; 
I. C. A. Law Club; Sabre Club: 
Lieutenant, R.O.T.C; Tennis. 



Maurice Kleih 



Dorothy Lazenby 

Literary Editor, MUSKETEER; Art 
-Jitor. RAINBOW; Glee Club; Lit- 
'^lary Society. 



Valerie Bradford Mandt 
Glee Club; Basketball Team. 



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George Jackson Marshall 

Adjutar.t, 2nd Battalion; Sabre 
Club; RAINBOW staff. 



Mildred Gladys McLendon 



Lillian McELMtfflRAY 
Junior College Y.W.C.A. 



EowARD Elliott Morah 

Major, R.O.T.C; Sabre Club; Sec- 
retary. Gold "R" Society; Assistant 
Business Marafier. MUSKETEER: I. 
C. A. Basketball League; Varsity 
Club: Rifle Team. 



SiMEOH D. Morris, Jr. 
Secretary. Rho-Chi: J. C. A. Hi-Y, 



ViVIENNE O'BYRNE 

Varsity Basketball. 




Marion Zachry Martin 



Charles Jack McColloom 



I. Harry Mobley 

Maior, R.O.T.C; Sabre 
Treasurer, Sabte Club. 



Club; 



Sara Morgan 



Marguerite Mustih 



Frederic P. Pember 

1st Lieutenant, R.O.T.C; Chemis- 
try Club: Sabre Club. 



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Herman Morton Popkin 



Elizabeth Ann Prescott 



Ola Read 



Julia Bell Richards 
lur.icr Colleqe Y.W.C.A. 



Camilla Bernice Rutherford 

Chemislry Club; I. C. A. Lilerary 
Society; Spanish Club. 



LiDDON Sheridan 




f.lAHY Potter 



Angelo John Pxjnaro 
Pre-Law Club. 



lATTlE ..11S"A nElD 



Anne Frances Roper 



Samuel Wilson Saye, Jr. 

Lieuter.ar.t, Barid; Orcheslra; Glee 
Club. 



Conrad Smith 

Firsl Ueutenanl. R.O.T.C; Sabre 
Club: Chemistry Club. 



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Eleanor Smith 



Bernice Stroupe 



Walter Fred Timm, In. 

Firsl Lieutenant 1: Captain: Sabre 
Club 1. 2; Treasurer, Sabre Club 2; 
Hi-Y 2; Pre-Law Club 2: Chemistry 
Club 2. 



Mary Louise Toole 
Glee Club. 



Samuel Eugene Tyson 

Busir.ess Manager, MUSKETEER: 
Pre-Law Club: Chemistry Club; J. C. 
A. Literary Society. 



Sara Berrien Waller 
BasketboU Team. 




Roy a. Steed 



Charles Taylor 



Catherine Lucille Thomas 



Elsie Ahh Tunkle 
Glee Club. 



Sara Lois Wallace 

"-•ry Club; Spanish Club. 



Samuel Carpenter Waller 

Lieutenant 1; I. C. A. HiY 1; 
Go!l Team 1: RAINBOW slafi 1. 



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Lduisa Willingham 

Basketball: Y.W.C.A. Club; J. C. 
A- Lit3rary Society; Glee Club; 
Business Ivianager of RAINBOW; 

Chemistry Cub. 



James Youmans 




Joseph Butler Wilson 



Emoby Franklin Young 
I. C. A. Pre-Law Club. 



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Steps Leading to Front Entrance 



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-A.. 15\. d. Seniors 



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Officers of A. R. C. Senior Class 



Carlos Edward Bearden 

President of Qass 1, 2. 3, 4; High- 
est Honor 1, 2: High Honor 3; Foot- 
ball 1. 2, 3, 4: Captain of Football 
Team 4; Gold "R" Society 3; Voted 
Best AU-Round Senior 4. 



William Kennedy 

Highest Honor 1, 2. 3; Track Team 
1. 2. 3. 4; Letter 3. 4; Literary So- 
ciety 3; Student Council 2. 3. 4; Var- 
sity Club 3. 4: Winner of Field Day 
1: Lieutenant 4: Gold "R" Society 3: 
Basketball 3, 4: MUSKETEER staff 4 
RAINBOW staff 4; Valedictorian 4 
Sabre Cub 4; President. Academy 
Hi-Y 4. 



Earle Kitchen 

Richmond Hi-Y 3. 4, 5: Swimming 
4; "Stunt Night" 4: Company Foot- 
ball 3; Glee Club 4: President Rich- 
mond Hi-Y 4; Secretary of Class 4: 
Lieutenant 4: Sobre Club ■*. 




Clifford Baldowski 

Literary Society 1. 2; Company 
Football 1, 2: Rifle Team 2; Football 
2. 3. 4; Letters 3, 4: Captain. 
R.O T.C- 4: Varsity Qub 3; 4; Track 
Team 4; Vice President of Class 4. 



Curtis Talmadge Nelson 

Corporal 1: President of Class 2. 
3: Letter in Basketball 2, 3: Football 
2. 3, 4; Letter 3, 4; Student Council 

2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Literary Society 

3, 4: Treasurer 3; Varsity Club 3. 4; 
Tennis 3, 4: Captain. R.O.T.C. 4; 
Sabre Club 4; MUSKETEER staff 4; 
Vcted Most Popular Senior 4. 



Charlie Riorden Stulb 

Treasurer, Senior Class; Secretary, 
Class 3; Honors 1. 2, 3; "B" Varsity 
3; Football 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 
2. 3. 4; Gold "R" Society 4; Literary 
Society 4. 



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A. R. C. SENIORS 



Edgar Ralph Allen 

Honor 1; Literary Society 2; l^^era- 
ber, Company Football Champions 
3. 



Howard Rivers Andrews 



Robert Louis Bedle 

Ccrporal 2; Rifle Team 2; Academ> 
Literary Society 4; Top Sergeant 4. 



Leroy Justin Benson 

High Honor 3; "B" Varsity 3; 
Richmond Hi-Y 4; Corporal 4. 




John C. Anderson 

Band and Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 2. 3, 4; Winner "Stunt 
Night" 3; First Lieutenant Band 4; 
3abre Club 4. 



J. C. Atkinson 
Corporal 4; Track 4. 



MuNN Ben 



Arthur Wade Butch 



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Dan Joseph Bowles, Jr. 
Lieutenant. R.O.T.C. 4, 



Arthur Tuggle Bryngelson 

Company Football 1, 2. 3: Literary 
Society 4; Vice-President, Richmond 
Hi-Y 4; Sergeant, R.O.T.C. 4. 



Clarence Buck 

Football 2, 3; Letter 4; Track Let- 
ter 3, 4. 



Brue Stanhope Chandler, Jr. 

High Honor 1, 2. 3; Literary S> 
ciety 2; Corporal 2, 3; Lieutenant 4: 
Cobre Club 4. 




Charles Iverson Bryans 

Honor 1, 2, 3; Freshman Literary 
Society 1; RAINBOW stall 4. 



James Turner Bryson 

Literary Society I, 2, 3. 4: Com- 
pany Football 2: Corporal, R.O.T.C. 
4. 



Frank Carstarphen 
Corporal 3; Lieutenant 4. 



John Treutlen Cleckley, Jr. 

Highest Honor 1; High Honor 2, 3; 
Company Rifle Team 2: Lieutenant, 
R.O.T.C. 4; Rule Team 2. 3, 4: Trea- 
surer, Literary Society 4: Military 
Edit-r, RAINBOW 4: Academy Hi-Y 
4; Sabre Cub 4: Go'.d ' R" Sode'y 4. 



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Lo'Jis Aloysius Collins, Jr. 

Freshman Literary Society 1; Busi- 
ness Manager, Flho Chi 4. 



A. Jerome Connell, Jr. 



Harold Thomas Crawford 
Honor 2, 3. 



Harold Dicks 




Lloyd Clement Cone 



Andrew Prescott Covar 



RcBERT Edward Daley 



Hamilton Steve Drane 



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ROBERT Percy Dunaway 

■ B ■ Varsily Football 3, 4: Track 
Team 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Sergeanl 
R.O.T.C. 4. 



Robert Allen Elliott 

Literary Society 2, 3. 4; Corporal 
3, 4. 



Tracy Lee Evans 



George William Forbes 




Frank Marion Durst 

Freshman Literary Society; High 
Hor.or 1, 3; Honor 2. 



Lyle Eugene Evans 



Beuroh Autrell Fletcher 

High Honor 1; Honor 2, 3; Sec- 
gent 4: Company Football I; 
Literary Society 1. 



Hamilton Robert Garrett 



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Henry Burt Garrett, Jr. 
Honor 1; Sergeant 4. 



John Whyte Goddard 
Horor 1; Corporal 4. 



Charles W. Gwin 

Literary Society 1 , 2; Company 
Football 2; Corporal, R.O.T.C. 4. 



Iames Benjamin Hall 




Albert VonKamp Gary 
Literary Society 2, 3. 4; President 



James Raymond Granade 

Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 2; Glee Club 3. 



Carlisle Douglas Hall 



Best Drilled Cadet 3, 4; First 

Lieutenant 4; Rifle Team 3. 



John Randolph Hall. Jr. 



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HAMMO^ro 



R. Iacxsoh Harteh 
Captain, R.O.T.C.; Sabre Qub. 



Wiu. H. Haynie 

Corporal 2r Sergeant 3: Lieuten- 
ant 4: Sabre Qub 4: Glee Qub 2, -; 



Maxwell Hill 

Freshrran Literary Society 1; High- 
est Hcncr 1: High Honor 2. 3: En- 
trart I. E. B. Stuart Contest 3; Aca- 
demy Literary Society 3, 4; Academy 
Hi-Y 4. 




William Council Hancock 



Earnest A. Hayden 

Literary Society 1, 4: Second Lieu- 
tenant, R.O.T.C. 



Iamee Lafayette Hewett 



Clifford D. Holley 

Literary Society 1; "B" Varsity 
Football 3. 



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Frederick William Holley 



Charles Gordon Houston, Jr. 

High Honor 1, 2, 3: Freshman Lit- 
erary Society: Entrant in I. E. B. 
S'uart Contest 3: Assistant Business 
Karager, RAINBOW 3: Editor-in- 
C'liei, RAINBOW 4: Lieutenant 4: 
Sabre Cub 4; Gold "R" Society 4. 



Clarence B. Irwin 

Richmond Hi-Y 3, 4: Chaplain 4: 
Literary Society 4. 



William Arthur Jackson 




Frank H. Hooper 

Literary Society 1, 2, 3. 4; Sabre 
Club 4; Rifle Team 4; Track; Team 
4; Malor. R.O.T.C. 



Thomas Lee Howard 



Oliver Brinson Inman, Jr. 

Literary Sodely 1. 2, 3. 4; Com- 
pany Football 1. 2, 3; "B" Varsity 
2; "A" Varsity 3, 4; Letter 4; Man- 
ager of Track 3; Manager of Bas- 
ketbaU 4: Varsity Qub 3, 4: Glee 
Club 2; Intramural Basketball •*; 
Lieutenant 4. 



V/;luam E. Jakes. Jr. 

Academy Hl-Y 2; Chaplain 3; 
Vice-President 4: President 4; Liter- 
ary Scciety 1. 2. 3; ' B" Varsity Foot- 
ball 4; BasketbaU 3: Track 3. 4: 
Glee Club 3: Tennis 4; Rifle Team 4; 
Sabre Club 4: Second Lieutenant, 
R.O.T.C. 4. 



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FuBMAN Carpenter Jenkins 

Top Sergenl 4: Non-Commissioned 
Officer, Reserve Corps; Literary So- 
ciety 4. 



Gordon M. Kelly 

Highest Honor 1. 2. 3; President 
of Freshman Literary Society 1; 
Vice-President of Class 1: Treasurer 
of Class 2. 3; Academy Hi-Y 2, 3. 4; 
Treasurer, 3; Entrant, U. D. C. Con- 
test 3: Winner D A. R. Prize 3: 
Sabre Club 4; Lieutenant, R.O.T.C. 
4: Gold "R' Society 4; RAINBOW 
staff 4. 



James Joseph Kirkley 
Glee Club ■*: Literary Society 4. 



John K. Lackman 

Footbo'l 2, 3. 4, 5: Utter 3, 4. 5- 
Baske'ball 3. 4, 5: Letter 4, 5: Track 
2. 3, 4. 5; Letter 4, 5; Rife Team 3, 
■*, 5; Student Council 3: Voted Best 
Academy Athlete 5 




Tyler B. Johnson, Jr. 
Stunt Night 3. 4. 



W. L. Kelly 

Secretary, Freshman Literary So- 
ciety 1; Academy Literary Society 4; 
Corporal, R.O.T,C. 4. 



Meyer Kreisberg 

Swimming Team 3; Varsity Club 
3; Sabre Qub 4; First Lieutenant 4. 



Jimmy Bothwell Lee 



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Cecil Anthony Lemon 

A. R. C. Literary Society 2, 3; 
Corporal 2; Sergeant 3, 4; Glee ^ 
Club 3, 4. f 



Isaac Clarence Levy, Jr. 

Literary Society 3, 4; Corporal 3; 
Secretary, Literary Society 4; Debat- 
ing Team 4; MUSKETEER staff 4; 
Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4, 



E. Rogers Lowe 
Lieutenant, R.O.T.C. 4. 



Edward Eerry Martin. Jr. 
High Honor 2, 3; Platoon Sergeant 




Jesse Daniel LiT/EH 

Honor 1; Literary Society 3; Cor- 
coral 4. 



Jesse Burt Logue 
Sergeant. R.O.T.C. 4. 



John Gordon Martin, Jr. 

Honcr 2; High Honor 3; Basket- 
ball 3, 4r Sergeant 4. 



A. L. Mason, Jr. 

Koncr 1, 2; High Honor 3; Literary 
Society 2. 3. 4; Lieutenant 4; Busi- 
ness I/arager. RAINBOW 4; Gold 
R" Society 4; Sabre Oub 4. 



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Andrew Lee Metts 



B. Allen Morris 

Bard 1. 2, 3. 4: First Liauleranl ■! 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3: 
Literary Sidoty 3: Sabre Club 4: 
Richmond Hi-Y 4. 



Maurice Allen Murray 



Julian W. Myers 







Leck Montgomery 

Corpoial 1, 2. 3; Varsity Football 
3. 4. 



Leonard Morris 



Herbert Myers 
Basketball 4. 



Lewis Anderson Newman 

Horror 1. 3: Richmond Hi-Y 3, 4; 
Chaplain 3; Secretary 4; Literary 
Siclety 4: Tennis 4; Managing Edi- 
! r of MUSKETEER 4; Corporal. 
RO.T.C. 4. 



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Robert Lander Newton 
Honor 1; Corporal, R.O.T.C. 4. 



Douglas Middleton Pardue 



Linton Kline Paulk 



Elliot Pomerance 




Thomas Edward Norvell 



V/illiam Pardue 



Charles Ray Pearre 

Letter in Basketball 2, 3, 4; Capt. 
4; Track 2. 3, 4; Letter 3, ■*; Com- 
pany Football 3: Letter in Football 
4; Lieutenant 3. 4; Sabre Club 4; 
Varsity Club 2, 3. 4. 



Harry G. Popkin 

Honor 1. 3: High Honor 2; Letter, 
Casketball 4; Literary Society 4; 
MUSKETEER stalf 4r Track Team ■»; 
Sergeant, R. O. T. C. 4. 



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LowHELL Powell 
Honor 1, 2, 3, 4: Sergeant 4. 



MiLBURM K. RATTEREE 

FoDlball Leller 4: Basketball Let- 
ter 4: Richmond Hi-Y 4; Varsity 
Club 4: Literary Society 4; MUS- 
KETEHR stall 4. 



Frank Carroll Riley 

Literary Society 2, 3, 4: Alternate 
ol A. R. C. Debating Team 4; Ser- 
gcar.t 4. 



P.:iL:p Frank Robinson, Jr. 

Horor 1, 2. 3: Freshman Literary 
S-ciety: Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Treas- 
urer 4: Tennis Team 3, 4: Runner-Up 
in Singles and Doubles 4: Debating 
Tffam 4: RAINBOW staff 4. 




Lloyd Arnold Rae 
Platoon Sergeant 4. 



Aloysius Ioseph Redd 
Tennis Letter 3, 4; Sergeant 4. 



William Vincent Roberts 
Honor 2, 3: Sergeant 4. 



Ht:^MAM H. Sanc;:en 

Company Football I, 2. 3; Lit- 
erary Society 2: Richmond Hi-Y 2; 
3. 4; Secretary 3; Varsity Football 
2. 3, 4; Letter 4. 



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WiLL!AM George Schueler 
Top Sergeant 4. 



Arthur Thomas 
Honor 3; Sergeant 4. 



John McLucius Swellings 
Sergeant, R.O.T.C. 4. 



Carl H. Stelling 




William Edward Seago 



Leon Wasneb Simon, Jr. 

Honor 1; High Honor 2, 3; Literary- 
Society 1. 2. 3, 4; Corporal 2, 3, 4; 
MUSKETEER staff 4; RAINBOW staff 
4. 



Harold S. Steed 

CorpDral 1; Sergeant 2; Sergeant, 
Band 3; Giee Club 4; Literary So- 
ciety 4. 



Herbert Pond Stelling 

High Honor 1, 2, 3: Student Coun- 
r'.\ \: Literary Society 1. 2. 3, 4: 
Secretary 1 ; Vice-President 4; '"B" 
Varsity 3, -1: Letter in Tennis 3, 4; 
Compar.y FoclboU 3; Varsity Club 3: 
Entrant in ], E. B. S'uarl contest 3; 
Sports Editor RAINBOW 4; Gold "R" 
Society 4; Basketball Team 4; De- 
' laming Team 4: Academy Hi-Y 3, 4. 



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Turner Marvin Suluvan 



Thomas Frank Sherman 

Baseball 1; Corporal 1; Glee Club 
2, 3; Track 3; Sergeont, R.O.T.C. 4: 
Football Letter 2, 3, 4. 



Cecil Rhodeh Turner 



Lewis A. Tyce 

Honor 1, 2; Vice-President Class 1: 
Literary Society 1; First Lieutenant. 
R.O.T.C. 4. 




Deno George Thevaos 

Honor 1: High Honor 2, 3; Fool- 
ball 2, 3: Vice-President of Class 3; 
Literary Society 2. 3; President ■*; 
Lieutenant, R.O.T.C, 4; Academy 
Hi-Y 4: Gold "R" Society 4; Sabre 
Club 4; Debating Team 4; RAIN- 
BOW staff 4. 



Charles Boifeullet Thompson 

Literary Society 1. 2, 3, 4; Honor 
1; Glee Club 3; "B" Varslly ■•: Com- 
pany Football 3, 4; Richmond Hi-Y; 
President 4; Secretary 5; Letter in 
Football 4, 5; Letter In Track 4. 5; 
B" Varsity; Basketball 5; Gold "R" 
Sociely 5: MUSKETEER slafi 5; Cap- 
'ain. R.O.T.C. 5. 



Leslie Turner 



Eabll Cclden Waller 

Honor 1, 2, 3; Literary Society I. 
■; Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Enlrani in 
i. E. B. Sluarl Contest 3: Sergeant 4; 
.arsily Club 3. 4; RAINBOW staff 4. 



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Abe Weinstein 

Honor 2; Literary Society 3; Cor- 
poral, R.O.T.C. 4; MUSKETEER staff 



CLiTNOtr Walter Williams, Jr. 

Higli Honor 1, 2, 3; Literary So- 
ciety 1; Sergeant 4; Lieutenant 4; 
Sabre Club 4. 



Joseph Sumner Wright 
Honor 1, 3; Corporal 3. 



Frank Joseph Young 
Manager of "B" Varsity 4. 




OmA V. WlHELM 

Corporal 2; Sergeant 4; "B" Var- 
sity Football 3. 



Hugh E. Williamson 



Hon Woo 

Literary Society 2, 3, 4: Rifle Tean 
4: Sergeant, R.O.T.C. 4. 



John William Young 

Literary Society 1. 2, 3. 4; Honor 
2; Glee Club 4. 



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THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Officers of A. R. C. Junior Class 

TOM M. BAKER ... Presidemt 

lAMES C. YOUNG VicE-pRrsiDENr 

PAUL B. BAILEY Secbetary 

C. F. RASTON, IR Treasurer 

GRADY M. McRAE Student Council 

T. V. BOECKMAN Student Council 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 



A. R. C. Juniors 



Archer, Tracy 

Askey, Chas. M. 

Cailey, Paul B. 

Baker, Tom M. 

Baldowski, Julian 

Balk, T. F. 

Barnes, W. W. 

Barrett, Alex 

Boston, C. E., Jr. 

Battey, Alfred M. 

Battle, C. L. 

Beckworth, Clarence E. 

Belding, Lambeth S. 

Boeckman, T. V. 

Boswell, Chas. 

Bradley, Wilbur 

Brennan, James J. 

Brodeur, Joseph R. 

Broome, W. Bolar, Jr. 

Brown, Reuben B. 

Bruce, Chas. H. 

Burch, Jas. H. 
Byington, Wm, 

Calhoun. W. C. 
Carringan, Theodore S. 

Cave, L. O'Neal 

Chaney, L. W. 

Chapman, William T. 
Clark, Herbert L. 
Claussen, Henry H. 
Cochrane, William 
Cooper, D. 
Covar, A. L. 
Crawford, Geo. W. 
Creed, Cleveland E. 
Crouch, James S. 
Cunningham, Barrett 
Cunningham, Mel. G. 
Curtis, Joseph 
Danforth, E. C. B., Jr. 
Davant, Chas. 
Dean, Ralph M. 
DeMedicis, Herbert H. 
Dinsmore, John W. 
Edenlield, Richard J. 
Elliott, C. Richard 
Ellis, R. William 
Eubanks, Julian T. 
Evans, Frank C. 
Evans, T. Lee 
Fine, Neal A. 
Fulcher, Bartow 
Fulghum, Henry A. 
Fuller, Marion 
Gardner, W. C. 
Garrard, J. E. 
Gehrken, A. R. 
Goelchius, Eugene 
Goodwin, Bland 
Graham, Sam 
Griffin, Louis, Jr. 
Gulledge, Jack D. 
Guye, W. P. 



Hadden, Odell 
Hall, John E. 
Hamilton, David P. 
Hammett, Chas. 
Hancock, Chas. A. 
Hannah, Sidney 
Harrison, Parvey 
Hartley, J. Franklin 
Heath, Bryant 
Heggie, Jack S. 
Herlong, Milton 
Hildebrandt, Henry M. 
HiU, C. M. 

HoUings worth. Earl C. 
Howard, Julian C. 
Hughes, T. Lorin 
Ivey, Henry Frank 
Jopling, Robt. M. 
Kelly, Jack H. 
Knapp, Frank R. 
Lamar, Bernard 
Lazenby, Jas. M. 
Lee, Elvin 
LeSueur, B. H. 
LeSueur, J. E. 
Lewis, Wm. 
Linson, Palmer 
Long, Boyce 
Maher, Marion J. 
Mahoney, John J. 
Mahoney, Wm. M. 
Moloney, Sheron 
Markwalter, C. Victor 
Markwalter. Roy A. 
Mason, F. Dan 
Maxwell, R. J. 
May, Wardlaw W. 
Meehan, Tom P. 
Merrill. Wm. E. 
Mize. E. Gunnels 
Mobley, J. Russell 
Montgomery, Jerome 
Moody. E. A. 
Moore, Joe W. 
Morgan, T. J. 
Moss, Lamar 
Murray. Walter B.' 
Murry, Robert L. 
McGahee, Jack E. 
McRae. Grady M. 
Neal. Lester E. 
Neill, Wilfred 
Nowell, Jimmie H. 
Ogilvle, Joe J. 
Olive, Robt. L. 
Ouzts, John A. 
Owens. Jas. A. 
Paine, John A. 
Peterson, Milledge 
PetrCG, Ebble 
Philpot, Des. Ford 
Pond, E. Linnell 
Pritchord, Harrison 



Purvis, Harvey 
Rambow, Earl A. 
Ratteree, Wm. 
Richards, Marion 
Rinker, H. Gerald 
Robinson, Robt. A. 
Roesel, Max J. 
Rox, W. T. 
Rush, W, E. 
Sancken. Geo. A. 
Saxon, J. P. 
Scofield, Lester B. 
Scott, Vernon . 
Scurlock, Wm. B. 
Seigler, W. Randall 
Sheppard, Jarrell 
Shirley. J. W. 
Shull, K. W. 
Silas, Raymond 
Smith, B. Roy, Jr, 
Smith, F. Coleman 
Smith, Jack A. 
Smith, Mahon T. 
Smith, Robert H. 
Smitherman, R. S. 
Smolen, Percy 
Speering. F. L. 
Spires, Alex A. 
Stevens, W. S. 
Stewart, C. Wade 
Stovall, Jas. B. 
Sullivan, John J. 
Taylor, Earl 
Taylor, Robert 
Tebow, Wm. Jennings 
Teston, W. Willie 
To bin. John 
Towns, Preston 
Usry, Tom H. 
Van Dyke, Chester L. 
Walker. Melvin 
Warr, T. Cooper 
Waterhouse, J. N. 
Whcley, Charles W. 
Wheatley. Sanders 
Wheeler, Clinton 
Wheeless, Billy 
Wiggins. Jas. E. 
Willis, W. A. 
Wilson. John S. 
Womack, Talmadge 
Wood. William W. 
Woodward. Marvin T. 
Woodward, Wyman P. 
Wright. J. D. 
Wright. Nathan 
Young. Edward B. 
Young, Jos. C. 
Young. John M. 
Young, Wm. L. 
Youngblood. Leslie 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




r. 

Officers of A. R. C. Sophomore Class 

ROBERT B. BAKER President 

GEORGE A. TRAYLOR. IR Vice-President 

LLOYD A. STANFORD SECRETAnv 

ROBERT E. BAGGS Treasurer 

PAUL W. WHALEY Student Council 

MARVIN R. McNAlR Student Council 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 



A. R. C. Sophomores 



Abemathy, Lewis 
Adams, Chas. E. 
Adams, Henry C, 
Akins, Lawton 
Aldridge, Lucius M. 
Allen, Henry B. 
Andrews, Julian 
Angelakos, Gus 
Arnold, Ray 
Arthur, F. Joe 
Ashe, E. C. 
Atheam, Mitchell L. 
Avery, L. Eugene 
Avrett, Milton 
Baggs, W. H. 
Bailey, B. E. 
Bailey, Chas. F, 
Bailie, R. C, Jr. 
Baird, Wade H. 
Baker, H, K. 
Baker, Robl. B. 
Barbin, Robt. M. 
Barden, Woodrow 
Barnes, Chas. R. 
Bateman, J. O. 
Batman, Edward 
Belger, Roy E. 
Beman, Henry D. 
Bentley, Walter F. 
Best, John 
Black, Wm. B. 
Blackwell, R. F. 
Blackwell, Maurice 
Blackwell, P. S. 
Blanchard, Thos. 
Bland, Richard L. 
Bolter, Albert 
Bolyard, Frank K. 
Bonzo, Marvin M. 
Boozer, John 
Boswell, John D. 
Bowers, H. M. 
Bowman, Louie J. 
Boyd, Wm. J. 
Barnes. Wayne A. 
Bracey, Jno. V. 
Bragg, Arvin W. 
Bray, Harold 
Broadwater, Robt. 
Brotherton, C. C. 

Britt, J. Elmo 
Brown, Chas. F. 
Bruckner, Albert 
Bruker, Billy C. 
Brown, Wm. T. 
Bryant, W. L 
Buckley, Lawrence J. 
Buford, Chas. 
Burton, Ben W. 
Carpenter, H. M. 
Carpenter, Henry W. 
Carpenter, Jack 
Carr, C. F. 
Carroll, Russell 
Cason, Jas. W. 



Cason, Robt. W. 
Cater, Idis B. 
Chalker, C. A. 
Claffey. J. O. 
Clark, Herbert F. 
Clark, Robt. L. 
Clark, Willis 
Cliett, Dozier 
Cloud, A. L. 
Qoud, H. C. 
Collins, P. S. 
Cooper, Wm. 
Cooper, J. R. 
Corley, Wm. C. 
Coursey, Marvin H. 
Crozier, F. E. 
Culpepper, Dan W. 
Daitch, Irvin J. 
Daitch, Louis 
Daley, John W. 
D'Antignac, Cecil 
Davaney, James 
Davant, F. D. 
Davis, E. P. 
Day, Chas. H. 
Dean, J. D. 
Deas, T. C. 
Dennis, Caver C. 
Dickson, Chas. 
Dixon, Linton 
Doughty, LeGarde 
Dudley, Elmer 
Duncan, James B. 
Dychess, Hugh 
Dye, Chas. 
Dye, Paul 
Easterling, W. H. 
Edelblut, Carl M, 
Elliott, Leonard T. 
Epps, Jones 
Evans, J. C. 
Evans, Warren H. 
Ferris, Rickman 
Fisher, R. H. 
Fitzgerald, Jas. 
Fox, H. E. 
Free, James 
Fuller, J. B. 
Fulmer, Jno. R. 
Gaines. W. L. 
Gay, E. W. 
Givens, Shelton 
Glover, Jno. G. 
Goldberg, Sanford 
Greene, E. F. 
Griffin, Wm. H. 
Guy, James 
Gwin, T. J. 
Gwynn, J. B. 
Mains, J. T. 
Hamby, Otis 
Hamilton, H. L. 
Hamilton, Wm. F. 
Hancock, J. F. 
Hardeman, Leroy 



Hardin, Jack 
Hardy, Lamar 
Hargrove, D. W. 
Harrell, Jack 
Harris, T. E. 
Harrison, Bernard 
Harvley, J. D. 
Haynie, M. C. 
Henderson, Marvin W. 
Herrington, J. R. 
Hochmuth, M. S. 
Holley, J. L. 
Holston, W. E. 
Hooper, Raymond 
Hoover, Jno. C. 
Hornaday, L. B. 
Horton, Lloyd 
Horton, Robt. J. 
Houck, T. R. 
Howe, H. M, 
Howell, H. W. 
Hughes, W. E. 
Humphrey, W. D. 
Hungerford, H. D. 
Ingram, Albert 
Jackson, Lloyd 
Jenny, F. F. 
Joe, George 
Johns, J. D. 
Johnson. Ronald 
Johnson, E. S. 
Johnston, Howard H. 
Jones, Kenneth H. 
Jones, Wesley 
Keams, John 
Keels, J. H. 
Kelly, I. Marvin 
Kerr, E. M. 
Kimbrell, C. A. 
King, G. P. 
King, W. O. 
Kitchens, R. H. 
Kitchens, R. W. 
Krafka, Joseph 
Krouse. Ashby R. 
Lamb, Jas. P. 
Lazenby, Josh M. 
Lazenby, Jno. R. 
Lee. O. C. 
Lemon, J. T. 
Lemon, Vincent- A. 
Levy, Bernard 
Lines, Jno. A. 
Lines, W. A. 
Little, Harber 
Longeway, L. W. 
Loyal, R. R. 
Luke, Alton E. 
Maddox, Roy 
Marshall, Chas. 
Markwalter, Chas. E. 
Markwalter, E. Al 
Mauldin, Wm. S. 
Maxwell, A. W. 



May, H. W. 
Mayo, Rudolph P. 
Mills, J. C. 
Mitchell, Law^rence 
M'itchum, Bernard 
Mobley, Geo. R. 
Morgan, M. W. 
Morgan, W. P. 
Moye, Ben. R, 
Mulherin, Joe 
Mulligan, T. J. 
Murphey, M. C. 
Murray, C. R. 
Mutimer, G. H. 
Myers, Eugene 
Myers, W. M. 
MacLauchlin, Breamer 
McAlhany, J. F. 
McCall, J. F. 
McCauley, T. B. 
McCown, D. B. 
Mcintosh, C. H. 
McKie, Clifford 
McLariy, R. R. 
McLendon, Jno. W. 
McNair, Marvin R. 
Newman, John 
Nixon, Jno. W. 
O'Hara. Chas. 
Page, Nelson 
Pague, Harold 
Palmer, L. E. 
Pappas, Chris 
Parks, Geo. H. 
Parker, H. B. 
Parrish, Harry P. 
Pender, W. H. 
Pierce, P. M. 
Plagwitz, Wm. 
Pollard, J. R. 
Pomerance. Leon 
Pond, Melvin 
Powers, W. J, 
Pratt, R. C. 
Prescott, E. H. 
Prouty, Hal D. 
Punaro, Vincent J. 
Radford, Robt. H. 
Ramsey, J. W. 
Ramsey, S. M. 
Rauton, J. M. 
Ready, W. A. 
Reed. C. W. 
Remsen, Rem 
Rinker, Frank A. 
Rivers. J. F'. 
Rhodes. A. K. 
Rhodes, D. C. 
Rhodes, Frank E. 
Roberts, Henry 
Roberts, Starling J. 
Robinson, Lewis J. 
Roesel. Jno. C. 
Rollins, Emory 
Rosamond, W. J. 



Rosier, J. Wm. 
Rosier, M. N. 
Rupert, Craven 
Rushton, L. L. 
St. John, W. E. 
Scott, V. W. 
Shell, J. Ed. 
Scarr, Geo. B. 
Seigler, J. M. 
Shackle ford, McDade 
Shanohan, T. L. 
Showmaker, Wm. L. 
Sibley, Jno. R. 
Silver, Benjamin 
Simon, Carl 
Skinner, E. I. 
Smith, Franklin O. 
Smith, Robt. A. 
Smith, T. E. 
Smith, Wm. H. 
Sneed, Wade 
Snelling, Bayard 
Stanford, Lloyd A. 
Stark, Robt. F. 
Steele. Wm. T. ■ 
Stevens, J. Paul 
Steward, C. J. 
Stone, Jack Marshall 
Stoudemire. H. A. 
Strother, Clinton 
Suhr, Geo. F. 
Sumner, Dennis 
Teuton, G. Edward 
Thompson. E. E. 
Thompson. Guyton 
Tiller, Reese I. 
Toole. Geo. 
Tray lor, Geo. A., Jr. 
Trommerhauser. Billy F. 
Turner, Clyde 
Usry, Chas. H. 
Usry, Ira P. 
Vause, C. C. 
Waagner, M. E. 
Waddey, C. M. 
Wages, H. N., Jr. 
Walden, Leon C. 
Wallace, A. Harbin 
Ward. Albert F. 
Ware, Robt. L. 
Warr, Frank C. 
Watkins, Geo. 
Whaley, Paul W. 
Widener, Jack L 
Wilkerson, J. B. 
Williford, Gordon 
Wolfe, Warren 
Womacfc. Clyde K. 
Wong, Thos. 
Wood, J. Brewster 
Woodward, J. C. 
Wyatt, Wallace 
Wynne, W. B. 
Yee, Sin 
Young, G. R. 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




■ ^ I: . . 

Officers of A. R. C. Freshman Class 

J. R. EDWARDS President 

HENRY T. FERRIS Vice-President 

WALTER REISER Secretary 

WOODROW DAVIS Treasurer 

LOUIS ROSS Studeht Council 

PATRICK CALHOUN Student Council 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 



A. R. C. Freshmen 



Allen, Chas. D. 
Allerton, S. Chas. 
Amos, Paul A. 
Anderson, Fred 
Anthony, Ed 
Atkinson, Archibald 
Austin, Henry W. 
Avary- Madison 
Averett, J. H. 
Bacon, J. E. 
Bailey, Geo. L. 
Baird, Richard L. 
Baker, Frank 
Balk, W. A. 
Balkcum, W. A. 
Banks, L. A. 
Bargeron, B. B. 
Barnard, D. D. 
Barnes, A. L. 
Barnes, George 
Barrentine, Elisha 
Bartlett, Wilder W. 
Bartley, J. L. 
Battey, Louis L. 
Battle, J. Z. 
Bearden, Jno. D. 
Beasley, J. W. 
Balding, Joe E. 
Belding, Wm. E. 
Bentley, H. H. 
Boardman, Jack D. 
Bolen, B. T. 
Bolgla, Bennie 
Brandenburg, W. M. 
Brandt, Denard 
Britton, W. L. 
Brodeur, Wm. D. 
Broome, B. 
Brown, Coleman J. 
Brunson, B. C. 
Bryant, Jas. E. 
Bryant, Marvin 
Bryant, Wade 
Bryson, Edward 
Bugg, C. E. 
Burnside, E. A. 
Burrell, Asberry 
Busch, Sol 
Bussey, B. L. 
Bussey, R. M. 
Butler, J. P. 
Calhoun, Patrick 
Callison, H. G. 
Campbell, G. S. 
Canley, Irvin 
Capers, Frank 
Capps, W. H. 
Copier, J. 
Carnavas, Harry 
Carroll, Philip 
Carry, R, E. 
Carswell, Geo. 
Casey, Tillman 
Caver, H. P. 
Cawley, S. H. 
Chance, P. T. 
Chaney, S. B, 
Cheshire, E, R. 
Choale, Jno. 
Cloy, M. G. 
Coclough, W. B. 
Colfk-ld, Prentiss 
Coleman, Virgil 
Conlon, Wm. O. 
Cook, R. G. 



Cosby. Ray 
Cotter, L. F. 
Coursey, R. W. 
Courtney, Howard 
Crah, George 
Crawford, James 
Creech, O. 
Crenshaw, Joe 
Crouch, L. D. 
Daley, John 
Davidson, J. H. 
Davis, Wm. L. 
Davis, Woodrow 
Deal, Harold 
Deer, C. V. 
Delk. A. G. 
Delong, Otis 
Dennis, Marion 
DeWitt, R. O. 
Dinkins, Harry 
Dolan, W. A. 
Dyson, S. M. 
Dressel, R. J. 
Dyches, U. S. 
Eaverson, Wallace 
Edwards, J. R. 
Elliott, Sewell 
Elrod, Hugh F. 
Enderby, H. C. 
Engler, H. S. 
Ergle, Jas. E. 
Evans, J. B. 
Evans, H. T. 
Eve, Joseph 
Fallow, J. C. 
Farr, R. E. 
Farr, Thomas 
Farris, E. N. 
Farris, Henry T. 
Fleming, Thos. 
Fletcher, B. H. 
Florie, Marion P. 
Fonts, F. G. 
Ford, Theron D. 
Franklin, Patrick 
Freeman, Melvin F. 
Fulcher, Charlie 
Fulghum, Buiord E. 
Gate wood, Edward 
Geter, J. R. 
Gilbert, Eugene 
Gillman, Nathan 
Gleason, T. M. 
Godbee, G. E. 
Gordon, Olin 
Grommer, Wm. J. 
Granade, H. S. 
Grant, Jas. R. 
Grayson, Robt. 
Greene, Woodall 
Griffith, J. T. 
Grillin, J. W. 
GuUedge, Lionel 
Hagler. Jno. C. 
Hall. Earl 
Hamilton, Robt. 
Hamilton, Walton 
Hancock. Reginald 
Hanson, G. B. 
Hardwick, Douglas 
Hardy, Wallace 
Harrell, G. F. 
Harrell, J. W. 
Harrison, Billie 
Harrison, Harold 



Harrison, Steve 
Harveston, George 
Harveston, Thomas F. 
Haywood, J. B. 
Heath, H. W. 
Henderson, Alvin 
Hester, Rudolph 
Hitt, Thos. 
Hixon, E. C. 
Hodge, Jimmie 
Hoke, Eugene 
Hollings worth, Eugene 
Hoiston, J. L. 
Hoops, Jack R. 
Home, R. F. 
Howard, D. R. 
Howell, Kilpatrick 
Huff, G. I. 
Hull, J. M. 
Humphries, George 
Huntington, J. R. 
Izlar, Billy 
Jarrett, Harry E. 
Jarrett, Robert 
Joe, Albert 
Johnson, D. W. 
Johnson, Ernest 
Johnston, J. D. 
Joiner, Rube 
Jones, W. M. 
Jones, Billy 
Jordan, Merriman 
Judy, Robt. P. 
Jumper, J. H. 
Karlsen, Richard 
Kauffman, J. E. 
Keenan, Frank 
Kennedy, H. 
Key, Waher 
King, Claud H. 
Kingery, J. W. 
Kitchens, L. G. 
Klein, Lewis 
Knight, A. 
Kreisberg, J. W. 
Krewson, Luther 
Kuhlke, Robt. 
Lackman, F. E. 
Lamar. H. W. 
Lamb, Judson 
Lamb, Vernon L. 
Lamback. Gordon 
Lawrence, Carl 
Lever, Chas. W. 
Leverett, Donald 
Le^'y, Marvin 
Lewis, Edward 
Lewis, Ernest H. 
Lewis, R. W. 
Linton, Robt. L. 
Little, Nea! 
Long, Robt. 
Luke, Dozier 
Lynn, Malcolm 
Mackendree, C. S. 
Maguire, A. I. 
Mahoney, Robt. 
Manly, Clarence 
Marsh, E. W. 
Marshall, Herbert 
Mason. Samuel 
Mceler, Leslie C. 
Miller, Murphey 
Miles, Carl 
Mitchell, C. C. 



Mobley, T. J. 
Montgomery, A. 
Moody, W. W. 
Moore, H. Lamar 
Moredock, Jas. W. 
Morgan, J. R. 
Moss, Eraser 
Moye, Chas. 
Mulligan, Jas. F. 
Murphy, GUie 
McAlhany, D. U. 
McCarthy, J. W. 
McCuen, Chas. 
McGahee. Chas. S. 
McGraw, Alvin 
McKeown, Emmett 
McLendon, Geo. P. 
McLendon, Thos. 
McMichael, Morion 
McNair, P. R. 
McTyre, Garnett W. 
McWee, Donold 
Nelson, Ralph A. 
Newell, Melvin 
Newman, Roy 
Noles, R. E. 
North, B. H. 
Norvell, Harold H. 
O'Connor, Robt. 
Ogietree, Sam 
Overraon, Lehman 
Owens, Robt. 
Owens, Milv/ee 
Pague, Jas. 
Potrick, Robt. 
Patterson, Wm. B. 
Pearson, S. D. 
Peebles. C. E. 
Pember, Joseph 
Perkins, Wm. 
Perry, Wymon 
Peters, R. C. 
Phillips, Willie 
Pierce. Geo. 
Pinder, H. 
Pollard, G. W. 
Pollock, E. B. 
Pond, Miles 
Prather, D. L. 
Ponder, E. G. 
Price, John 
Pritchard, H. W. 
Pund, Horry C. 
Purvis, E. 
Purvis, Glen 
Rochels, M. J. 
Rachels, Wm. 
Roinwater, Lenwood 
Rankin, G. D. 
Redd. Henry E. 
Redd, Glee 
Reese, J. H. 
Reid. R. E. 
Reiser, Walter 
Rhoades, McAllister 
Rice, Leo R. 
Richards, T. E. 
Rickerson, Vernon 
Robertson, Heard 
Robinson, H. L. 
Rogers, Roy 
Ross, Louis 
Rones, Myron 
Rountree, Leon D. 
Rox, Gerald F. 



Rucker, Ishom G. 
Rusch, Wm. H. 
Sanders, Leonord A. 
Scoggins, Ganell 
Scott, Leonard H. 
Seols, Marvin 
Seigler, W. C. 
Seigler, Morris 
Seigler, Reuben H. 
Senn, T. R. 
Sheehon, Al 
Sexton, Clyde H. 
Shipes, Franklin 
Smalley, J. W. 
Smith, Carroll 
Smith, Chas. J. 
Smith, E. J. 
Smith, Joe C. 
Smith, Wilbur 
Smith, Wilse M. 
Smyihe, Bernard M. 
Snider, Russell C. 
Sparks, Clinton 
Siallings, G, 
Starnes, Ralph 
Steed, Eugene B. 
L.teilir.g, Osbum 
Steinberg, Moxwell 
Steinberg, Morris 
Stone, L. A. 
Stowell, Carlton 
Street, T. J. 
Sturgis, Joseph 
Swann, Walter E. 
Tolbert, L. E. 
Terry, Lawrence 
Thomas, G. 
Thurmond, C. B., Jr. 
Tiller, BilUe 
Timm, T. A. 
Timmerraon, T. L. 
Tjavoras, Pete 
Todd, Lindell O. 
Tom, George 
Toomey, Al 
Tucker, Jas. 
Turner, Fleetwood 
Twilley, Carroll 
Vaughn, Bernard 
Venable, W. H. 
Wade, Juie W. 
Wahl, Conrad 
WoHoce. Wm. J. 
Waller, Horcourt E. 
Woller, Jack 
Weathers, Euley 
Webb, Clifford 
Weiss, Geo. T. 
Weltch, Lester 
Wheatley, Palmer 
Wiggins, Ernest 
Wilkinson, R. J. 
Willinghom, Julian B. 
Williford, Hugh 
Wilson. Wm. H. 
Wingote, Morvin 
Witt, Wm. 
Woicott, St. Claire 
Woo, Edword 
Woo. Gombo 
Woodard. J. G. 
Woodward, Everett 
Woodward, Harry L., Jr. 
Wylds, Chas. A. 
Youngblood, Harold A. 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Your Librdry 



One oi the most beautiful rooms in /our school buUding is your library. It it centrally 
located, has a seating capacity of eighty-eig.it. is well lighted, and is attractively decorated and 
eouipped. In it is found your state flag, pictures and busts of some of your most beloved country- 
men and other leaders, and trophies won by your athletic teoms. 

On the shelves are found books of ever/ kind and description. There are books on almost 
every subject that you could possibly think about or want: biology and history, education and 
psychology, travel, science, vocations, recreations and hobbies, plays, useful and tine arts, and 
many volumes of adventure and romance. Many more new and interesting books have 
been added this year than ever before because of the library fee paid by each student. 

A live and readable collection of books has been bought with your fees, so why not come 
in and use them for collateral, voluntary or professional reading? Always watch the bulletin 
boards for announcements of, and advertisements about, new up-to-dale books that are being 
added. 

Your library wants to help you in your school work by leaching you where to find the 

^^^^^ information thai you need for your studies and in your future work by creating 

^^^^^^^ in you a love and need of good books. It desires to give to you through reading 

^^^ ■ a rich and varied experience and a strong motive for reading and a permanent 

m V interest in it. Therefore, "Be less concerned with the number of books you read, 

^ ^ and more with the good use you make of them." 



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MARGARET BAILIE, 

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R O. T. C Regiment 




The Colors 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




A primoiy purpose of education is to train men and women 
for positions of leadership and responsibility, both public and 
private, in war as well as in peace- May you fill your position 
tn life as v/ell as you have in our school. 

SAM PURSWELL, 

Captain of Infamtry, 

P. M. S. AND T. 




Self-respect, pride, confidence, and friendliness between 
individuals are important elements of discipline. 

A man v,-ho has proper self-respect can never enter into 
degredation. 

Discipline brings out the proper initiative and resourcefulness 
desired. It includes coercions and restraints, rewards and punfsh- 
nents, praise and censure, independence and subordination. 

WILUAM C. McGEE, 

Sgt.. D. E. M. L.. 

ASST. P. M. S. AND T. 



^ OO K /i i i\ D U VV 




DAVID DALEY. Colonel 
BERTHA BARRETT. Sponsor 



DORROH NOWELL. Lieutehaht-Colomcl 
DOROTHY NEWMAN, Sponsor 



FRANK HOOPER, Maiob (Roq. Aajutar: 
MARGARET WIGGINS, Sponsor 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 



Regimental Staff 



RICHARD RUSSELL, Captain (Reg. Staff) 
MARTHA HERMAN, Sponsor 



GEORGE FULLER, Captain (Reg. Staff) 
GLADYS BODEKER, Sponsor 



COLEMAN SMITH, Captain (Reg. StafO 
BERNiCE STROUPE, Sponsor 




THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Fred Timm 
Major 



CSTELLE riEAurORT 

Sponsor 



Fred Pember 
Adjutant 



William Kitchens 
Stall 



First Battalion 

CAPTAIN PAT REDD Company A 

CAPTAIN JACK FORTUNE Company B 

CAPTAIN HARRY MOELEY Company C 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Pat Redd 
Captain 



Elizabeth Howard Lloyd Adams 

Sponsor 1st Lieutenant 



J. B. Hall C. R. Pearhe 

1st Lieutenant 2rd Lieutenant 



Company A 



PAT REDD, Captain 

LLOYD ADAMS, Isl Lieutenant 



I. B. HALL, 1st Lieutenant 



ELIZABETH HOWARD, Sponsor 
C. R. PEARHE, 1st Lieutenant 



SERGEANTS 





Dicks, H, 






Waller, E. 






Lemon, C. 






Wheeler, C. 






Sherman, T. 


CORPORALS 




Woo, H. 






Andrews, H- 






Kelley, W. 






ASKEY, C. 






Montgomery, 


L. 




Hewett. J. 






Owens, D. 






Jenkins, R. 


PRIVATES 




Redd, B. 




Adams, C. 


Easterling, W. 


Markwalter, A. 




Scarr, B. 


Adams, H, 


Edelblul, I. 


Mauldin 


. w. 




Scarr, G. 


Avery, E. 


Elliott, L. 


Meurer, 


R. 




Seago, W. 


Bolyard, F. 


Epps, I. 


Middlebrooks, C. 




Smith, G. 


Buck, C. 


Forbes, G. 


Munn, 


3, 




Sullivan, M 


Cater, I. 


Hains, J. 


Myers, 


B. 




Sumner, D. 


Chalker, C. 


Hornaday, I. 


Nowell, 


P. 




Stanford. L. 


Collins, L. 


Howe, H. 


Philpol, 


D. 




Sylvester, J. 


Covar, A. 


. Huges. W. 


Powers, 


W. 




Taylor, G. 


Curtis, I. 


Irwin, C. 


Proscott, 


H. 




Tebow. I. 


Day, C. 


Jacfcson, L. 


Ramsey 
Ratteree 


N. 
M. 




Toole. G. 
Ward, D. 


Daley, R. 


Jones, R. 


Roberts, 


S. 




Yee, L. 


Dean, J. 


Lackman, J. K. 


Sancken 


H. 




Young. J. 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




ACK Fortune 


Sara Sanc>:en 


Paul Stephens 


C. W. William.^ 


roYCE: L-:jg 


Captain 


Sponsor 


1st Lieutenant 


1st Lieutenant 


2nd Lieutenant 



JACK FORTUNE. Captain 

PAUL STEPHENS. Isl Lieutenant 



Company B 



C. W. WILUAMS. Isl Lieutenant 



SARA SANCKEN, Sponsor 
BOYCE LONG. 2nd Lieutenant 



SERGEANTS 



Eryngelsok. T. 


Gar^keb. 


W C 


Gaerett. 


B. 


Elitch. a 




CCNE. L. 




Fletcxeh. 


A. 


Garrett, 


R. 


Allen. H. 




Averett, M. 




Bailey, B. 




Battey. A. 




Brennan, I. J. 




Bryans, I. C. 




Buckley. L. 




Qiett. D. 




Daitch. I. 




d'Ar.tig.-ac. C. 




Farr. R. E. 




Fine, N. 





CORPORALS 





PRIVATES 


Gary. A. 


May. H. 


Green. E. 


McCowan. D 


Gwinn. I. B. 


Mulherin, J. 


Hammetl. C. 


Murphey. M. 


larrell. J. 


Myers. J. W. 


Hargrove, D. 


Meyers. P. E. 


Henington, J. 


NeiU, W. 


Holley, F. 


Pague, H. 


Howard, L. 


Pierce, P. 


Hungerford, H. 


Pomerance, L 


Ue. E. 


Pratt, R. C. 


Marlcwalter. D. 


Punaro. V. 



jENKtHS, C. 

Metts. a. 
Owens. J. A. 



Redd. A. 
Riley, F. C. 
Watebhouse. J. N. 
Wright. S. 



Ratteree. C. 
Rcbir.son. R. 
Rosier. N. 
Scholield, L. 
Silver, B. 
Smith, R. A. 
Sr.eed. W. 
Spires, A. 
T2b3w, W. 
Wi!lls. W. 

\::.-,-r. I. 

V/.o-v.-ord. M. 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Harry Mobley 
Captain 



Martha Bailie 
Sponsor 



George Rhodes Carlisle Hall Vvilliam Kennedy 

1 st Lieutenant 1 st Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 



Company C 



HARRY MOBLEY, Captain 

GEORGE RHODES, 1st Lieutenant CARLISLE HALL, 1st Lieutenant 



MARTHA BAILIE, Sponsor 
WILLIAM KENNEDY. 2nd Lieutenant 



SERGEANTS 



Cunningham, B. 








Cunningham, M. 








Gardner, R. 






CORPORALS 


Drane, S. 








Durst, F. 








Hammond, J. 








Mahoney, S. 






PRIVATES 


Arthur, I, F. 


Covar, A. 


L. 


Luke, W. D. 


Barbin, R. M. 


Crouch, J. 




Mahoney, W. 


Barnes, W. 


Culpepper, 


D. 


Markwalter, A. 


Behman, H. 


Gay, E. 




Markwalter, C. 


Boeckman, J. 


Goetchius, 


E. 


Maxwell, B. 


Bradley, W. 


Hanby, O. 




Milchum, B, 


Broome, W, 


Hardin, J, 




Murray. W. 


Brotherton, C. A. 


Harvley, J 


D. 


Peterson, M. 


Burton, B. 


Henderson, 


M, 


Prltchard, H. 


Carroll, R. 


Holley, C. 




Rivers, J, 




Holston, W 


. E. 




Horlon, L. 




Roberts, H. A. 


Cochrane, W, 


Ingram, N. 




Shell. I. E. 


Connnell, J. 


Little, W. 




Sheppard, J. 



Granade, R. 
Paulk, L. 
Powell, L. 



Morris, L. 

Simon, L. 
Towns, P. 
Wright, n. 



Sibley, I. 
Stewart, W. 
Stone, J. M. 
Taylor, E. C. 
Teuton, E. 
Thompson, G. 
Trommerhauser, 
Verdery, O. 
Waddey, M. 
Walden, L. 
Ware, R. M. 
Wheatley, S. 
Whee!er, C. 
Wlqqlns, J. 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




ROBEST GbACEY 

Major 



Lewis Davies 
Sponsor 



Iames Elixsom GEoncE I/abshall 

Adiulanl Staff 






Second Battalion 

CAPTAIN ALEX DOREMUS Company E 

CAPTAIN ALLEN SKtNNER . . Company F 

3APTAIN ROBERT MILLS Company G 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Alex Dobemus 
Captain 



Helen Boardman 
Sponsor 



Alva Cooper Charles Fortune Deng Thevaos 

1st Lieutenant 1st Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 



Company E 



ALEX DOREMUS, Captain 

ALVA COOPER, Isl LieutenanI 



HELEN BOARDMAN, Sponsor 
CHARLES FORTUNE, 1st Lieutenant DENO THEVAOS. 2nd Lieutenant 



SERGEANTS 



Bedle, R. L. 






Bhodeur, J. 






Cooper, D. 




CORPORALS 


Atkins, I. C. 






Franklin, B. H, 






GWINN, C. 






Jackson, W. A. 




PRIVATES 


Bagcgs, W. H. 


Clark, H. 


Hodden, O. 


Bailey, P. 


Clark, R. 


Hardeman, L 


Baicowshi, J. 


Creed, C. 


Jcpling, R. 


Balk, T. 


Crozier, J. 


Kelley. J. 


Batman, E. 


Dean, R. 


Kelley, M. 


Belding, L, 


Dinsmore, J. 


Lazenby, J. 


Blackweli, M. 


Dyches, H. 


McGahee, J. 


Barton, A. 


Dye, P. 


Iv«cKie, C. 


Bowman, ]. 


Eubanks, J. 


Merritt. H. 


Britt, E. 


Gaines, W. 


Mize, I. 


Brown, B. R, 


Garrard, I. 


NeiU, L. 
Ogilvie, J. 


Chaney, L. 


oivens, S. 


O'Hara, C. 


Chapman, V^. 


Gulledge, I. 


Oulzs. J. 



DUNAWAY, R. 

Howard, J. 
Stelling, H. 



Lamb. ]. P. 

POMERANCE, E. 

Sullivan, J. 

Wright, D. 



Palmer. J. 
Parker. K. 
Parks, H. 
Plagwilz, W. 
Purvis, H. 
Rlnker, F. 
Rollins, E. 
Roesel. M. 
Scurlock. W. B. 
Shanahan, T. 
Speerir.g. F. 
WoHe. W. 
Young, B, 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Allen Skinner 
Captain 



Dorothy Adams 
Sponsor 



]. T. Cleckley 
1st Lieutenant 



William Hutson 
1st Lieutenant 



Leland Chisolm 
2nd Lieutenant 



Company F 



ALLEN SKINNER. Captain 

I. T. CLECKLEY, 1st Lieutenant 



EXDROTHY ADAMS, Sponsoi 
WILLIAM HUTSON. Ut Lieutenant LELAND CHISOLM. 2nd Lieutenant 



SERGEANTS 



Carrigan, T. 
Kreisberg, V. M. 

LOGUE, I. 



Rae. L. 
schuler, g. 
Stulb, C. 



CORPORALS 



Crawford, H. T. 
Eaversoh, C. 
Elliott, R. 
Martin, E. 



Murray, M. 
Newton. R. 
Snellihcs, I. M. 
STELLmc, C. 



Barnes. W. 
Barrett. A. 
Bonzo. M. 
Bowers. J. 
Bracey, J. 
Bragg. H. 
Bruckner. A. 
Clark, W. 
Danlorth, C. 
Deas, T. 
Fitzgerald. J. 
Fox, H. 
Fuller, J. 





PRIVATES 


Glovei, J. 


Knapp, F. R 


Guy, I. 


Lemon. T. 


Gwin. T. 


Maher, M. 


Hamilton, D. 


McRae. G. 


Hamilton, H. 


Meehan, T. 


Hamilton, W. 


Meyers, f. 


Hildebrandt, H. 


Mobley, G. 


HoUingsworth, E. 


Montgomery, 


Hughes, T. 


Page. N. 


Kelley, W. 


Prouly. H. 


Kerr E 


Rambow, E. 




Rhodes. B. 


Kimbrell, C. 


Richards. M. 


King. P. 


Rinker, G. 



Roesel, C. 
Scott, V. 
Seigler, W. 
Smith, B, R. 
Smith, I, A. 
Smith. T. 
Slark. R. 
Stovall. J. 
Thompson, E. 
Vause. C. 
Warr, C. 
Whaley. C. 
Young, J, 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Robert Mills 
Captain 



Connie Lanier 
Sponsor 



Curtis Nelson 
1st Lieutenant 



Gordon Kelly 
1st Lieutenant 



Tom Baker 
2nd Lieutenant 



Company G 



ROBERT MILLS, Captain 

CURTIS NELSON. 1st Lieutenant 



GORDON KELLY, 1st Lieutenant 



CONNIE LANIER, Sponsor 
TOM BAKER, 2nd Lieutenant 



SERGEANTS 



Allen, R, 
Hill, M. 
Martin, ]. 



POPKIN. H. 

Roberts, V. 
Wilhelm, O. 



CORPORALS 



Boatwright, a. 
Bryson. J. 
Carter, C. 
Lever. J. 



Newman, L. 
Norvell, E. 
Rupp, C. 
Weinstein, a. 



PRIVATES 



Atkins, L. 
Baston, C. 
Bateman, J. 
Bland, ]. 
Bruce, C. H. 
Cave, L. O. 
C'aussen, H, 
Cooper, J. 
Corley, W. C. 
Devaney, I. 
Dixon, C. 
Dudley, E. 



Edenfield, R. 
EUioll. C. R. 
Ellis. R, 

Evans, T. 
Gehrken. A. I 
Hancock, C. 
Hancock, ]. 
Harrison, B. 
Herlong, M. 
Hill, C. 
Hoover, I. C. 
King, W. O. 



Lamar, B. 
Lee. C. 
LeSeur, B. 
MacLaughlin, B. 
Maddox, R. 
Mills, I. 
Mitchell, L. 
Morgan, W. P. 
Moye, B. 
Murray, R. 
Newman, J. 



Nixon, J. 
Olive, R. L. 
Philips, R. E. 
Pond, M. 
Rhodes, F. 
Rushton, L. 
Seigler, J. M. 
Usry, T. 
Van Dyke. C. 
Whaley. P. 
Woodward, W. 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




JAMES KOOVER 

Major 



IVIE DAGG; 

sponsor 



I-IARBY JEFFCOAT 

Adjutant 



JACK HeGGIE 

Staff 






Third Battalion 



CAPTAiN MJLTON PARDUE 
CAPTAIN JACK HARTER 
CAPTA3J JOE GOOD 



Company I 
Company K 
Company L 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Milton Pabdue 
Captain 



Marguerite Morris 
Sponsor 



Earl Kitchen 
1st Lieutenant 



1st Lieutenant 



E. R. Ldv/e 
2nd Lieutenant 



Company I 



MILTON PARDUE, Captain 

EARL KITCHEN, 1st Lieutenant 



J. B. LEE, 1st Lieutenant 



MARGUERITE MORRIS, Sponsor 
E. R. LOWE, 2nd Lieutenant 



SERGEANTS 



Graham, S. 



Simon, C. 



CORPORALS 



Haynie, M. 

Hooper, R, 



lUDY, R. 
LONGEWAY, L. 



PRIVATES 



Amos, P. 
Bacon, J. 
Broadwater, R. 
Buford, C. 
Colclough, W. B. 
Coursey, M. 
Dailey, J. 



Dressel, R. 
Evans, J. 
Fisher, R. 
Gleason. T. 
Grammer. W. 
Granade, H. 
Harris. F. 



Kitchens, R. 
Lemon, V. 
Long, R. 
Maxwell, A. 
Mcintosh. H. 
Purvis, O. 



Ramsey, 1. 
Seats, M. 
Seigler, B. 
Sexton. C. 
Teston, W. 
Wilkerson. J. 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Jack Harter 
Captain 



Ellen Powers 
Sponsor 



William Haynie 
1st Lieutenant 



I. R. Hall 
1st Lieutenant 



F. Carstarphen 
2nd Lieutenant 



Company K 



lACK HARTER, Captain 

WILUAM HAYNIE. Isl Lieutenant 



I. R. HALL, 1st Lieutenant 



ELLEN POWERS, Sponsor 
F. CARSTARPHEN, 2nd Lieutenant 



SERGEANTS 



Heath. F. 

SUHR. G. 



Vaughn. I. B. 
Wabb. F. C. 



CORPORALS 



Belger, R. 
Brown. W. T. 
Bryant, W. 



HOLLEY, J. 

Jones, W. D. 

Street, T. 



PRIVATES 



Ashe. E. 
Barker, F. 
Austin, H. 
Bartlett. W. 
Boswell, J. 
Carpenter, H. 



C^rr, C. 
Davidson, J, 
DeWitt, R. 
Elrod, H. F. 
Evans, W. 
Hardy, W. 



Harris. T. 
Horton, R. 
La n back. G. 
McAlhany, J. 
Moye. C. 
Owens, R. F. 



Sanders, L. 
Smalley, J. W. 
Stoudemire, H. 
Stowell, C. 
Weltch, L W. 
Wingate, M. 
Wonq, T. 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




OE Good 


Rose Hunter 


L. A. Tyce 


H. Kreisberg 


Dan Bowles 


Captain 


Sponsor 


1st Lieutenant 


1st Lieutenant 


2nd Lieutenant 



Company L 



JOE GOOD, Captain 

L. A. TYCE, 1st Lieutenant 



H. KREISBERG. 1st Lieutenant 



ROSE HUNTER, Sponsor 
DAN BOWLES, 2nd Lieutenant 



SERGEANTS 



Bbukeb, B. 



Doughty, L. 



CORPORALS 



Blackwell. p. 
Cason, R. W. 



Pappas. C, 
Rox, B. 







PRIVATES 






Bailey. B 


Culpepper, D. 




Luke, A. 


Shcemaker, B 


Brown. J. 


Duncan, J. 




Mulherin, J. 


Smith. W. 


CarroU. R. 


Goldberg, S. 




Roberts, H. 


Steele, W. 


Cason, J. 


Griffin, J. 




Saxon, J. 


Waddey. M. 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Elliot Morah 
Major 



Margie Mulherin 
Sponsor 



Jack Krewson 
Adjutant 



O. B. Inman 
Staff 



Freshmdn Battalion 



CAPTAIN HAROLD CHANDLER 
CAPTAIN CHARLES THOMPSON 
CAPTAIN CUFF BALDOWSKI 
CAPTAIN T. J. HEFFERNAN 



Company I 
Company K 
Company L 
Company M 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Harold Chandler 
Captain 



Clara Nell Fortune 
Sponsor 



Sam Waller 
1st Lieutenant 



Roy Ghizzel 
1st Lieutenant 



William Jakes 
2nd Lieutenant 



HAROLD CHANDLER, Captain 
SAM WALLER, 1st Lieutenant 



Company I 



ROY GRIZZEL, 1st Lieutenant 



CLARA NELL FORTUNE. Sponsor 
WILUAM JAKES, 2nd Lieutenant 



SERGEANTS 



Farrie, E. 
Johnson, W. 
Mahoney, R. 



Perry, W. 
Robinson, H. 
Wiggins, E. 



Hartley, J. 
Brunson, B. 
Chance, P. 



CORPORALS 



Krewson, L. 
Shackleford, M. 
Waller, H. 







PRIVATES 




Bailey, G. L. 


Gilman, N. 


. Marsh, E. 


Ross, L. 


Bargeron, B. 


Henderson, H. 


C. Mercer, Carl 


Scott, L. 


Barnes, A. L. 


Hoke, G. 


Myers, W. 


Senn, R. 


Boardman, J. 


Howell, H. 


McKendree, C. 


Talbert, L. 


Chancey, S. B. 


Jarrett, H. 


McNair, P. R. 


Tiller. W. R 


Cheshire, R. E. 


Ice, A. 


Nelson, R. H. 


Toole, I. 


Cosby, R. H. 


Johns, J. 


Newell, M. 


Wages. H. 


Covar, H. 


King. W. 


Peebles, C. E. 


Weiss. G. 


Gatewood, E. 


Lackman, F. 


Peters, R. 


Woo. G. 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Charles Thompson Katherike Reese 

Captain Sponsor 



William Kale 
1st Lieutenant 



E. A. Haydek 
1st Ueutenant 



J. R. Ferris 
2nd Lieutenant 



Company K 



CHARLES THOMPSON. Captain 

WILLIAM KALE. 1st LieulenanI 



E. A. HAYDEN. Ist Lieutenant 



KATHERINE REESE. Sponsor 
I. R. FERRIS, 2nd Ueutenant 



SERGEANTS 



BURRELL, A. 
BOLCLA, B. 

Eve, J. 



MORCAH. O. 

McLehdoh. G. 
Smith, I. 



CORPORALS 



Andebsoh. F. 
Balk. B. 
Calhoun. P. 
Crouch. L. 



Gordon. O. 
Hancock. R. 
Shipes. F. 
Rox, G. 





PRIVATES 




Allerton. C. 


Elliott. S. 


Johnson. E. 


Pembor. I. 


Anthony. E. 


Fleming, T. 


Krelsberg. B. 


Pierce, G. 


Baker. R. 


Florle, M. 


Joiner. R. 


Pollock, N. 


Banks, A. 


Gilbert. G. 


Klein. L. 


Reiser, W. 


Busir, W. 


Godbee. G. E. 


Manly. C. 


Rones, M. 


Callison, T. 


Greene. W. 


McAlhany. D. 


Smith, C. 


Camavas. H. 


Griffin. I. 


Mobley. T. 


Sparks. C. 


Carroll, D. 


Hardwick, D. 


Mulligan. G. 


Steed. E. 


Coleman, V. 


Haywood, J. 


Murdock. B. 


Stelling, O. 


Colter, L. 


Hitt, T. 


Newman. L. 


Thurmond. C. 


Coursey, R. 


Home. B. 


North. B. 


Tlmm. T. 


Craft, G. 


Howell. K. 


Norvell. H. 


Timmermon. 


Daitch, L. 


Huff. G. 


Pague. J. 


Williford. H. 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Cliff Baldowski 
Captain 



Betty Farr 
Sponsor 



Charles Houston 
1st Lieutenant 



Philip Wilheit 
1st Lieutenant 



Bbue Chandlef. 
2nd Lieutenant 



Company L 



:LIFF baldowski. Captain BETTY FARR, Spansar 

CHARLES HOUSTON, 1st Lieutenant PHILIP WILHEIT, 1st Lieutenant BRQE CHANDLER, 2nd Lieutenant 

SERGEANTS 



Battey, L. 
Davant, C. 

Enderby, H. 



Ergle, I. 
Harveston, T. 
Willing HAM, I. 



Belding, W. 

BUSSEY, B. 

Hagler, J. 
Keenan, F. 



CORPORALS 



MUHPHY, O. 

Todd. L. 
Walker, I. 
Woodward, H. 







PRIVATES 




Battle, J. 


Dennis, J. M. 




Tones, B. 


Benlley, H. 


Dolan, W. A. 




Key, W. 


Britton, L 


Eavenson, W. 




Kingery, B. 


Bryson, E. 


Edwards. I. R. 




Kuhlke, R. H. 


Capers, L. W. 


Evans, H. 




Linton, R. 


Cawley, S. 


Franklin, I. P. 




Lynn, M. 


Conlon. W. O. 


Harrison. W. H. 


Marshall, H. 


Courtney. H. 


Hester. R. 




McGraw, A. J. 


Crawford. J. 


Hodge, J. 




Moore, H. 


Davant, D. 


Hull, I. 




Ogletree, S. 


DeLong, O. 


Huntington. R. 




Pearson, S. B. 



Pralher, D. 
Price, I. 
Pund, H. 
Rainwater, L. 
Richards, T. 
Robertson, H. 
Smith, C. 
Smythe, B. P. 
Wallace, W. 
Waller, J. E. 
Woodward, H. 
Wilkinson, R. 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




T. J. Heffernan 
Captain 



AURELIA SaKCKEN 

Sponsor 



Conrad Smith 

Ut Lieutenant 



!. C. Levy 
1st Lieutenant 



William Young 
2nd Lieutenant 



Company M 



T. 1. HEFFERNAN. Coplain 

CONRAD SMITH, Isl Lieutenant 



I. C. LEVY, Isl Lieulenanl 



AUREUA SANCKEN, Sponsor 
WILUAM YOUNG. 2nd Lieutenant 



SERGEANTS 



Allen. C. D. 
Brodeur. W. D. 



Calhoun. W. C. 
Wall. C. 



CORPORALS 



Eabnes. G. 
Rhodes. M. B 



rucker. l g. 
Weathers. E. 







PRIVATES 




Arrelt. J. H. 


::hoate, I. G. 


Hamilton, W. 


Rice, L. 


Baird, R. L. 


Davis. W. L. 


Heath, H. W. 


Rogers, R. 






Lewis, R. W. 


Snider, R. 




Deer. C. 






Balkum. W. A. 




Mills, C. A. 


Steinberg, M 




Evans, J. B. 


Moss, B. F. 


Swann, W. 


Brown, C. 


Fouts, F. 


Owens, M. 


Tucker. J. H. 


Carswell, S. 


Gulledge, L. 


Patrick, R. H. 


Webb, C. A. 



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4 



R. O. T. C. Rifle Team 



KNEELING 
(Left to Right) 

Tom Baker 

Coleman Smith 
William Jakes 

Jack Fortune 

Frank Hooper 
Jack Mains 



STANDING 
(Left to Riglit) 

John Lackman 
Robert Gracey 
Harold Chandler 

George Fuller (Captain) 
J. T. Cleckley 
Elliot Moran 

William Kitchens 

Sgt. W. C. McGee (Coach) 



Our R.O.T.C. Rifle Team was winner of FIRST PLACE in the corps 
area championship in the National William Randolph Hearst match and 
THIRD PLACE in the corps area fifteen-man-team gallery rifle competition, 
and was designated to represent the corps area in the Xatinnal Intercollegiate 
small-bore match. 

In the Hearst five-man team match, Team Captain George Fuller scored 
a possible of 200, and Tom Baker scored 198 out of a possible of 200. This 
match is sponsored by Mr, William Randoljih Hearst, who is an outstanding 
supporter of National Defense and the R.O.T.C. Every R.O.T.C. unit in the 
United States competes for himors in this match. In tlie Fourth Corps Area 
twenty-four senior units, niiu-tecn units fri>ni the essentiallx' military schools, 
and twenty-oiiL' junior units in high schunls competed this year. 



At the time the RAINBOW goes to press, the results of the National 
Intercollegiate small-bore match have nut been announced. 



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^. O. T. C. Band 




Roster 



1ST SECTION 



2ND SECTION 



3RD SECTION 



Brandenburg, W. 
Cloud. A. 
DeMedices, H. 
Hamilton. R. 
huchmuth, j. 
Kbafka. I. 
Krouse, R. 
Lewis. W. 
Moore, J. 
Morris, A. 
Skinner, E. 
Strother. C. 
wommack, k. 
Wynn. W. 



Anderson, J. 
Atkinson, A. 
Barnard, D. 
Battle, C. 
Beckworth. C. 
Cloud, H. 
Cook, R. 
Fulmer, R. 

GHIfTIN, L. 

Leverett, D. 
Little, H. 
Mayo, R, 
Perkins, S. W. 
Save, S. 
Wilkinson. R. 
Woodward, W. 



Andrews, I. 
Bentley, W. 
Burch, I, 
Cooper, I. 
Hartley, J. 
Mason. A. 
Murray, C. 
Phillips, E. 
Pond, M. 
Sheehan. A. 
Smith, W. 
Stevens, W. 

WiDENER, I. 

Wood, W. 
Youngblood. D, H. 



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Mabion Ada F. Gordon Martha Mr. D. M. W. C. 

Dasher Davidson Moss Oliver Lincul Ivey 



Leoline Taylor Josephine 

Black Sanders Swint 



Officers of the Band 



MARION DASHER, Captain 



ADA FRANCES DAVIDSON. Sponsor 



3QRDON MOSS, Dmm Major 



MARTHA OLIVER, Sponsor 



TAYLOR SANDERS, (1st Section) 



W. C. IVEY, Captain (2nd Section) 



JOSEPHINE SWINT, Sponsor 



LEOLINE BLACK, Sponsor 



DAN McFADEN, Captain (3rd Section) 



NELL MOYE, Sponsor 



MR. D, M. LINCUL, Instructor 



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SABRE CLUB 




Officers 

COLONEL DAVID DALEY President 

LEUTOIANT-COLONEL DORROH NOWELL Vice-Phesident 

MAJOR ELUOT MORAN .... Secretary 

CAPTAIN HARRY MOBLEY Treasurer 



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Members of Sabre Club 



COLONEL 
David Daley 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

DOHROK NOWELL 



Robert B. Gbacey 
Frank Hooper 



MAJORS 



Fred Timm 



CAPTAINS 



James Hoover 

Elliot Morah 



Clifford Baldowski 
Harold Chandler 
Marion Dasher 
Alex Doremus 
Jack Fortune 
George Fuller 
Joe Good 



Jack Harter 
Joe Heffeman 
W. C. Ivey 
Robert Mills 
Harry Mobley 
Gordon Moss 
Curtis Nelson 



Milton Pardue 
Patrick Redd 
Richard Russell 
Taylor Sanders 
Allen Skinner 
Coleman Smith 
Charles Thompson 



FIRST LIEUTENANTS 



Lloyd Adams 
J. T. Cleckley 
Alva Cooper 
James EHxson 
Charles Fortune 
Roy Grizzel 
Carlisle Hall 
J. B. Hall 
John R. Hall 



O, B. Inman 
Harry Jeffcoat 
William Kale 
Gordon Kelly 
Earl Kitchen 
William Kitchens 
H. Kreisberg 
Jack Krewson 
James Lee 



George Marshall 
E. A. Hoyden 
Charles Houston 
Fed Pember 
George Rhodes 
Conrad Smith 
Paul Stephens 
L. A. Tyce 
Sam Waller 



I. C. Levy 



Philip Wilheit 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS 



Thomas Baker 
Dan Bowles 
Frank Carstarphen 
Brue Chandler 
Leland Chisolm 
Rickman Ferris 
Jack Heggie 



William Jakes 
William Kennedy 
Boyce Long 
E. R. Lowe 
C. R. Pearre 
Herbert Stellinq 
Deno Thevaos 
William Young 



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THE 1935 RMXlunV is 
proud to recognize here 
the achievements in the field 
of rifle marksmanship of 
George Fuller, a nieniher of 
our K.O.T.C. unit and captain 
of our rifle team. 

His most prominent achieve- 
ment, perhaps, was his cap- 
turing the Whistler Trophy, 
emhlematic of national senior 
supremacy, at Camp Perry, 
Ohio, last summer. Recently, 
he scored a possible of 200 in 
leading our school team to vic- 
tory in the National Hearst 
Trophy competition. His med- 
als, trophies, and citations run 
into dozens. 

George has brought national 
attention to our scliool and 
to cnir military unit, and we 
are proud r)l him. 




A,tl)letlC5 



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RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN, Jr 



Tin 5tlemoriam 



'I'lu- MK-iiiory 111 Kicliartl Uriiisley Slicriflan. Jr. xvil] al\va\- 
l)t' held in clusc assm-iaticm with the character and manhood 
of Richmond Academy. Thontih the years may shadow the sad- 
ness of his ])assing. there is left for us an ideal — an ideal nf 
Richmond men. 

To those of us who knew and loved him. "Dick" Sheridan 
will always he the true student, the youthful athlete, the clean 
sportsman. His life inspires the emulation of all who are t" 
follow. His years at Richmond .Vcademy, which formed a large 
share of the years that were all too few. are the heritage of his 
school. 



Since in life "Dick" was such an active force in shapin;,' 
the destinies of his teams and his school, he is reinembered here 
by his fellows; and their history, the followins; hook nf Athletics, 
is reverentiv dedicated to his niemorv. 



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Acddemy Stadium 



The Spirit of Kichniinul Academy — the Musketeer Spirit — lives in the 
gymnasium, un the foutball held, and in the hearts of men of Richmond County. 
This Spirit is the soul of our school, and as Musketter teams go forth to win 
or lose there is awakened in all of us. wIkj either ])lay or watch, the spirit of 
pride and loyalty and love of our institution. 



.Athletics of today are recognized as essential to school life. They appeal to 
youth and through that appeal we believe that we at Richmond Academ\- and 
Junior College are helping to build character, manhood that is not afraid, and 
clean, square sportsmanship into the men and women of our community. 



"HE 1936 R/ 



ATHLETIC COMMITTEE 

J. G. -McUUXALD. Clwinnan 

G. L. BOLTON J. C. I.UCKEY 

R. E. (.;kessette a. p. MARKERT 

W. R. KEXXEDV C. A. ROYSTON 

A, F. SIMPSON 

E. \V. HARDY J. I.. SKIXXER 

Ex-Officio Members 



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•»•- •:^^ W/ "^^W "^ --'.•■- 

Gressette Luckey Ewixg 

Varsity Football Coaches 

J. CLRTIS LUCKEY University of Georgia 

Head Coach 

KOBliRT E. Gkl-:SSETTE University of Sonth Carolina 

Line Coach 

GE( JKGE W. EWIXG Presbyterian College 

.■IssisUnil Coach 



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Reading leit to right; 

Silling — Manager Powers. Shcrniaii. Pearre. Uaker. Xelsoii. Ratteree. Th<mi])son, 
Inman. Montgomery, Sancken. 

Standing — Coach Ewing, Stulh, E. Smith. Markwalter. Johnson. Tehow, Davis, 
Buck. Aske)', Baldowski. Jakes, Coach Gressette, Coach Luckey. 

Xot ill Picture — Yoimg. J. Smith. 



1935 SCHEDULE .\ND RESULTS 



.\. R. C. 


40 


Washington 





A. R. C. 


26 


Lanier 


19 


A. R. C. 


13 


Gaffney 


38 


.\. R. C. 


7 


Spartanburg 


7 


A. R. C. 


20 


G. M. A. 





A. R. C. 


7 


Savannnli 





A. R. C. 


14 


Glynn .\cadetny 


13 


A. R. C. 





Henedictine 


6 


A. R. C. 





Columbia 


12 


A. R. C. 


6 


Commercial 


6 


A. R. C. 


7 


Monroe Aggies 


26 



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Varsity Football, 1935 

Football was ushered into this grid-starved country last September, and its reception was most 
cordial. The opening game against \\'ashington resulted in an easy 40-0 victory for the Musketeers. 
Coach Luckey used every man on the squad during this game. 

The next Saturday foimd the Purple and G.jld matched with the Lanier Poets of Macon, the 
first G.I. A. A. team played. Tom Baker ran wild that day. aided by a hard-fighting line and back- 
field, to score two of four touchdowns. Jack Smi;h and Marvin McXair scored the other two. 
Lanier showed offensive power in scoring thrice. The final score was 26-19. 

The Musketeers went on the road October 5, onl\' to return defeated by a strong GafTney 
team. "Mutt" Bearden furnished most of the fireworks for our side, but it was a losing battle from 
the beginning against the S. C. state champio.is. GafFney won, 38-13. 

The Musketeers again visited South Carolina the following Saturday and were held to a 7-7 
tie score by a strong Spartanburg team. This gaiie was a regular dog-eat-dog affair, with both 
teams playing brilliant defensive football. Finally. Spartanburg scored and kicked goal, but not 
to be outdone, the Cadets furnished Tom Baker with spectacular blocking as he returned a punt 65 
yards to a touchdown late in the game. 

The Purple and Golders returned home to meet G. M. .A. and. despite the fact that the 
red team from College Park were strong favorites, won a highly satisfactory 20-0 victory. Bear- 
den. Thompson. Baker. ^IcXair. Smith, and Nelson shared the offensive honors, while Davis, 
Buck, and Young showed up well in the line. 

In the next game the Musketeers broke a jinx of long standing when they defeated the Blue 
Jackets of Savannah High School. 7-0. After three scoreless quarters in which our boys threaten- 
ed more than once. Baker hurled a short pass over the goal line to Curtis Xelson for the only 
score of the game. McXair. ne.xt year's captain, was injured in this game and lost for the remainder 
of the season. 

The next week the Cadets plaxed the Red Terrors of Gl\nn Academy. Brunswick, and de- 
feated them in a close game, 14-13. Baker scored both touchdowns, while Bearden kicked both 
extra points. Thompson's kicking was a feattire of this game, as it was of every game, while 
Ratteree acquitted himself well at center. 

The following week the Musketeers played their firs* night game in Savannah against Bene- 
dictine College. The ball was carried over the Benedictine goal line more than once and was kept 
in enemy territory practically all the game, but several bad breaks and a series of questionable 
decisions on the part of the officials kept our team from registering an official score. Benedictine 
scored in the last quarter to win. 6-0. 

Badly crippled, the Cadets entertained Columbia High here the following week-end and lost, 
12-0, only after a valiant struggle. Buck was brilliant in this game — he broke through interference, 
made almost impossible tackles, and played slashingly on oft'ense. Lackman, Sancken. Inman. and 
Baldowski rendered yeoman service in the line. 'I'he Cadets threatened twice but couldn't get 
over that last important line, the goal line. 

The Homecoming game against Commercial High was played on the local field on Thanksgiv- 
ing Day in a quagmire of mud. Commercial recovered a Richmond fumble for a touchdown early 
in the first quarter. Later in the game Thompson blocked a Commercial piuit. which paved the 
way for Richmond's tally. Baker's broken-field running over uncertain ground was spectacular. 

.\ post-season game here with Monroe A. and M. resulted in a decisive defeat for our boys, 
as the visitors jjassed brilliantly to score four touchdowns and win. 26-7. -\. R. C. scored first, 
but could not stave oflf the visitors' relentless air attack. 

On the -Ml-Star team selected by "The Macon Telegrajjh." the Cadets placed Baker and Buck 
on the second team. Honorable Mention was given to Lackman. Inman. Young. Bearden, Thomp- 
son, and Xelson. The general consensus of opinion was that this year's team was the best team 
of the past five years. It was brilliant in victory and glorious in defeat. 



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Reading left to right : 

Bottom Ro7c — Sciirlock. Stark. Stelling. Clark. Griffin. Gay. Purvis. Warr. 
Gulledge. 

Second Roio — Long. Manager Young. Stewart. Fitzgerald. B. Baker. Ratteree. 
Blackwell. Howell. Caver. Epps. Olive. 

Third Ron' — li. Wundward. M. Woodward. Harrismi. Moody. Robinson. Nixon, 
Hardy. Cunningham. H. Maker. Cave. 

Top Row — Towns. Coach Royston. Dunaway. .Moss. 



1935 SCHEDULE .\XD RESULTS 



B" 


Varsity 


12 


Graniteville 





■B" 


Varsity 





Langley-Bath 


6 


•B" 


Varsity 


19 


Wrens 


2 


•B" 


Varsity 


13 


North .\ugusta 





'B" 


Varsity 


21 


Louisville 


12 


•B' 


Varsity 





Waynesboro 


21 



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"B" Varsity Football, 1935 

Coach Charlie Ro}'Ston's "Ramblers." after having not been scored upon during 
1934, again enjoyed a successful season by winning four games from a six-game 
schedule. 

The first game of the season, against Graniteville High School, resulted in a 
victory for Coach Charlie's proteges by a score of 12-0. The "Ramblers" threatened 
to score several times before touchdowns were pushed over bv Smith and Bobby 
Baker. 

The heart-breaking defeat that the "B" Varsit}' sustained in the second game 
of the season marked its first loss in about ten games. In the closing moments of 
the game, after both teams had played a steady brand of defensive football, 
Langley-Bath blocked a punt, which was scooped up by a visiting player and 
carried to a touchdown. 

The third game was aga)i;ist Wrens High School and resulted in a 19-2 
victory for our boys. After the visitors, had scored a safet)-. Coach Charlie's boys 
put on the offensive heat and Robinson and Smith registered three touchdowns. 

North Augusta High School was defeated in the fourth game of the season. 
The victory was achieved. 13-0, after the visiting aggregation from across the 
river had put up a valiant fight. The high light of the game was Robinson's run 
of 90 yards for a touchdown. The other score was made by Smith. 

The "Ramblers" showed their best offensive of the season in the game with 
Louisville High School, which was placed in the won column by a score of 21-12. 
Baker, Smith, and "Peg" Robinson were the offensive stand-outs, while Griffin 
and Marvin Woodward played good .games in the forward wall. 

The last game of the season resulted in a decisive defeat for the "Ramblers." 
The game, which was played against Waynesboro High School in Waynesboro, 
furnished an opposition stronger than any other our boys had encountered. Three 
or four times our boys were in scoring position but lacked the final push to carr)- 
it over. The final score was 21-0. 

Prospects are good for the coming season. 




Coach Roysion 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 
FOR 1936 



Sept. 26 (ilvnn Acadeniv Here 

Oct. 3 Bailey Here 

' let. 10 Spartanlnirj,' Here 

(Jet. 17 Gaffney Here 

Oct. 24 Monroe .Aggies Here 

Oct. 31 Conmiercial Here 

Nov. 7 Savannah There 

Nov. 14 Oihimliia There 

.\ov. 21 Tech High Here 

Nov. 26 I^nier There 



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GYMNASIUM 



licar Lord, in Ihc buttle u'/nV/i goes on through life, 

I ask I'lit CI field that is fair: 
The eluiiiee that is equal leith all in the strife, 

The ehanec but to do and dare. 



.hid if I should 7eiii, may I win by the eode. 

With my faith and eouratje held liiilh ; 
.liid it' I sliini'-' fail, may I stand bv the road. 

.hid rheer as the winners go by. 



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Kiiiiliu^ kn In nyht: 

Salting — Towns. P.; Mvers. II.: I'carre, C. R. : Lackninn. J.; Morris. A. 
SlnndiiKj — Manajjer Inman : .Martin. G. : \cf. I..; .'^tcllini;. II.: I'opkin. II.: Coach 

Roy.ston. 
Xot ill I'icliirr — I'arri.sh. Kattcree. 

1936 SCHKDLLI-: .\.\'n KK.SULTS 



.\. K. C. 

.\. K. C. 

.\. k. C. 

.\. K. C. 

.\. K. C. 

A. R. C. 

A. K. C. 

.\. K. C. 

A. R. C. 

A. K. C. 

A. R. C. 

A. R. C. 

\. R. C. 



20 


Harlem 


30 


Wrens 


41 


Washington 


26 


.\thens 


18 


Boys High 


12 


Colunihia 


23 


Savannah 


23 


Bcncflictine 


27 


Savannah 


26 


lienedictint- 


29 


.Xlhcns 


23 


Columbia 


24 


Commercial 



24 
16 
12 
31 
53 
11 
22 
31 
36 
37 
IS 
28 
37 



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A. R. C. Basketball, 1936 



The A. R. C. basketball team, under the tutelage of Coach Charlie Roj'Ston. 
began its season under a severe handicap, since onl\' two letter men had returned 
from the previous year. Nevertheless, tlie members of the squad set to work in 
earnest and, as a result, were rewarded with a successful season. 

After a short practice period, the ^^lusketeers pla\'ed Harlem in the local 
gymnasium and were defeated in a close game. Our boys won the next two games, 
defeating Wrens and Wasliington by sizealjle scores. 

Their first road trip, which carried them to Athens and Atlanta, was hardly 
a success. The game against Athens High School was nip and tuck all the way, 
and our boys lost out onl\- after Athens had put on a winning spurt in the last 
few minutes of play. The following night in Atlanta. Boys High, which had one 
of the best teams in the G. I. A. A., gave our boys a severe trouncing. 

Determined to redeem themselves, the Musketeers returned home to defeat 
Columbia High in a very close game, 12-11. Exceptional guarding by both teams 
featured the plaw Lady Luck smiled on our representatives again in tlieir next 
game. Displaying- their best passing of the season, they overcame -Savannah High 
School in the last moments of play to win out by a sin,gle poipt in a second 
successive game, 23-22. 

In their next game, which was played in Savannah against Benedictine, our 
boys were defeated, 31-23. In the second game against Savannah High School, 
Herbert Myers scintillated at center, but his brilliant play was not enough to stave 
of? defeat, 36-27, In, a return game, Benedictine was again the victor, despite the 
excellent all-round play of Captain Pearre. 

John Lackman's close guarding and spectacular goal-shooting featured the 
victory of the Musketeers over .\thens High School in a return game in our 
gymnasium. Lum Yee jiut the "Oriental Twist" on a coujjle of sensational shots 
from the sidelines to aid in a 29-18 victory. The Cadets were defeated on their 
return trip to Columbia, the Carolinians winning out by a score of 28-23. 

In the C I. A. .\. toiuMiament, which was held in Macon, our team was 
defeated in the first round by an old rival. Commercial High School, of .Vtlanta. 
Taking this defeat on the chin, the boys returned home, looking forward to next 
year. 



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Reading left to riglu : 

Hotlom Rmi' — N'ancy Flurcncc. Dot Wwman. Martha I lerman. Jciycc Lawrence. 
Dot Lacknian. 

Middle Roil' — Edna 1 larrcll. N'ivienne ()' Byrne, l'" ranees Gaines. .Mary Hightower. 
Elizabeth Howard. 

Tot< Rmv — Coach Simpson, Dot Adains. Mattie James, .\rdene Mershon. Lonisa 
Willingham. 

Not in Picture — Virginia Hayden. Valerie Mandt. 



1936 Schedule and Results 



J. C. A. 


16 


Harlem 


17 


J. C. A. 


43 


Wrens 


30 


J. C. A. 


27 


Washington 


18 


J.C.A. 


35 


Vidette 


24 


J.C.A. 


29 


Hearing 


13 


J.C.A. 


34 


Danburg 


35 


J. C. A. 


ZS 


Young Harris 


41 


J.C.A. 


26 


Evans 


25 


J. C. A. 


36 


Dixie Crystals 


21 


J. C. A. 


26 


Evans 


26 (tie) 


J.C.A. 


37 


Hickman Park 


21 


J.C.A. 


23 


Faculty 


20 



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J. C. A. Girls' Basketball, 1936 



The 1936 edition of tlie Junior College Girii' Basketljall Team enjoyed an unusually success- 
ful season. Twelve games were played; of these, eight were won by the Junior Collegians, one 
ended in a tie. and three were lost. The games that were lost were each decided by the margin of 
a single field goal, so that none of the losses wa; in the nature of a "beating." 

Several of the games were especially exciting. In the Vidette game the Collegians gave their 
most sjjectacular exhibition of the year, chalkinj up 19 points liefore the opposition was able to 
register. Against the fine Young Harris College team the locals spotted the visitors a IS-point 
lead in the first quarter and then staged an up-hill fight that came within three points of victor}' 
and that kept the spectators on their feet ev^ry second of the last half. In the tie game with 
Evans, the lead changed hands si.x times in the last ten minutes, with the College Girls ringing the 
basket twice in the final minute to earn a tie. The high spot of the season, however, was the game 
with the Faculty. Such a game had never been played in this section of the state, and it attracted 
one of the big crowds of the x'ear. The crowd more than received its money's worth as Martha 
Herman and Coach Bob Gressette ran each oth^r ragged ; as Colonel Hains valiantly but vainly 
tried to stop Edna Harrell's dead-eye goal shooting; as Dot Newman and Mr. Eubanks settled 
old scores ; and as the College guards made life miserable for the Faculty forwards. The College 
Girls-I'^aculty .game will undoulitedly become a fixture in the school's basketball program. 

The only regrettable feature of the season was the cancellation of six games as the result of 
quarantines in .Savannah and Charleston. Memminger and Armstrong Junior College were among 
the games that had to be postponed imtil ne.xt season. 

During the season a total of 24 girls reported for practice, with 17 of the 24 staying out for 
the entire ]jractice and playing period. Each of the girls played in at least three games, and as a 
result the entire squad was awarded letters at the end of the season. The brunt of the playing 
was done by Martha Herman. Edna Harrell. and Dot Lackman at Forward; Dot Newman and 
Elizabeth Howard at Center; and Vivienne (J'Byrne. Ardene Mershon, Joyce Lawrence, Frances 
Gaines, Virginia Hayden, Nancy Florence, and Mat James at Guard. 

Prospects for 1937 are good. Most of the forwards will graduate; among them are Martha 
ilermau and Edna Harrell, who together accounted for 244 points during the season; but Dot 
Lackman will return for another year, as will Elizabeth Howard, who will be shifted from center 
to forward, thereby leaving center, with Dot Newman gone, the team's big question mark. At 
guard, the losses will be heavy, for the dependable Ardene Mershon will be hard to replace, as 
will Mat James and Dot .\dams. However, Vivienne C)'Byrne, Joyce Lawrence, Nancy Florence. 
Virginia Hayden, Frances Gaines, and Valerie Mandt will be back. Others who will return are: 
Mary llightower, Louisa W'illingham, and Ruth Waller, all of whom earned letters this year; 
and Virginia (jepfert and Ermine Cater, who were lost to the team this season because of injuries. 

Basketball for the Junior College Girls is only three years old; but it has become a permanent 
]jarl (if the school's sports program. The 1936 team by its fine play and coura.gcous fighting spirit 
has done nnicb toward guaranteeing to the J. C. .\. girls a part in the athletics of the College. 



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^■*iS- X^.- -1 



iv^^.iMih;; It it to right : 

Bottom Rati' — C. Thiinipsim. I.ackman. Kennedy, Buck, Pearre, Long, Busch, 

Middle Row — Atkinson, Prouty. Popkin, Hooper. G. Thompson. Davis. Baker. 

Top Rou' — Coach Bohon. Teuton, Harveston. .Mien. Towns. Dunavvay. Carrigan, 
Stulb, Baldowski. 

Not in Picture — LeSeur. Sneed. 



1936 Schedule and Results 



.\. R. C. 


62 


Wrens 


28 


A. R. C. 


56 


Athens 


43 


A. R. C. 


35 


Cohimbia 


81 



The team will send representatives to the G. I. A. A. meet in Atlanta on May 1. 



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A. R. C. Track, 1936 

EVENTS A\D PARTICIPANTS 

100-Yard Dash — Kennedy. C. Thompson. G. Thompson. 

Shot Put — C. Thompson. Lackman. Buck. 

IZO-Vard Low Hurdles — Kennedy. Stull). LeSeur. 

Higit Jhiii/^ — Towns. C. Thompson. Sneed. 

220-Yard Dash — Kennedy. Pearre. Carrigan. Stulb. 

Broad Jump — Pearre. Popkin. Baker. 

440-Yard Run — Atkinson. Pearre. Buck. 

120-Yard High Hurdles — Towns. LeSeur, Buck. Sneed. 

Discus Tlirow — Lackman. C. Thompson, Buck. 

200-Yard Loh' Hurdles — Stulb. LeSeur. Baker. Sneed. 

880-Yard Run — Atkinson. Long. 

One-Mile Run — Atkinson, Long. 

Pole Vault—Baker. 

Javelin Throw — Pearre, ]McNair. 

Half-Mile Relay — (1) C. Thompson. Carrigan. Pearre. Kennedy 
(2) Stulb, Baker, Long, Atkinson. 




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Rciidiiiy left to r'Kjht — llctTi-rnan. Walkr. Slull). 1!ivmiii. Ionian. Coach Sinip>. 



J. C. A. Golf Team, 1936 



loosing practically the entire team of the preceding year, the Junior College golfers were 
ccmipcllcd to start the season with a new and untested squa<l. A long round rohin and a scries 
of challenge matches resulted in Jack Jordan's winnin.; the coveted N'o. 1 position, with Joe Stiilh 
at \o. 2. Sam Waller at N'o. 3. and llamp Bry.un ;.t Nti. 4. "IVewce" Ilcffernan and Bohhy 
Mills also made the squad. 

\ nnmlicr of matches have heen arranged f,>r tlie team, hut the outstan<ling event will he the 
team's participation in the Southern Intercollcg fates to he held in .\thens. This tournament, to- 
gether with team matches that are to be played with i-lmory. Citadel, and Mercer, and with one or 
two other matches still to be arranged, will give the team one of the liest schedules in the history 
of Jimior College golf. 

\\'hile inexjierienced. the players have shown signs of real ability and it is contidently 
believed that the IM.Vi edition of the college golf team will fully uphold the great reputation estab- 
lished by the teams of the past four years and continue their long string of victories. 



THE SCHEDULE 



April 17 Emory University, in .Atlanta 

April 18 ,„ Citadel Freshmen, in .Augusta 

April 22 Team match as part of S. I. C. tournament 

Apr^l 23-April 25 S. I. C. Tournament, in .Xthens 

April 29 Mercer University, in .Augusta 

May 2 Mercer University, in Macon 

May 9 Citadel Freshmen, in Charleston 



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Reading left to right — Graham, Sancken. Whaley. \\'aller, Lee. Coach Simpson. 



A. R. C. Golf Team, 1936 



A good team and a good schedule — that is the whole story of Academ}- golf in 1936 ! 

Returning a strong nucleus from the 1935 team, the A. R. C. golf squad has found several 
new players to bolster its ranks, and from all apjearances it will continue to lick its opponents 
vith all the regularity that has featured Academ- golf since the earliest days of the Mulherins, 
Zimnitrmans, Staft'ords, Ogilvies, Sauls. Daniels, and Hummels. Already easy winners over 
Athens and Columbia, the team appears headed for a i)erfect season. 

The team, in order of rank, is composed of Sam Graham. Earl Waller. Joe Ogilvie, and 
Charles Whaley. When the team plays more than the regidar four men, Mulherin, Hill. Norvell, 
Sancken. and a number of other good golfers are ready to step in. 

The first match of the year was against .Athens, and the .\cademy boys breezed home to an 
IS to win. Joe C)gilvie. "last of the golfing Ogilvies." led the field with a brilliant 74 on a rain- 
soaked course. Sam (jrahani followed with a 78; while Waller and Whaley barely failed to break 
80. Against Ciilumbia all four men scored betw-een SO and 82 despite sand greens and heav)' rain 
and W(]n an W'/z-bYz victory. 



THE REMAINDER OF THE SCHEDULE 

April 18 Spartanburg, in Spartanburg 

April 23 Columbia, in Augusta 

April 24 Athens, in Athens 

April 27 Boys High, in .Atlanta 

May 1 G. L A. .A. tournament, in .Atlanta 

May 2 Spartanburg, in .Augusta 

May 8 Boys High, in .Augusta 



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Rcadiiiff tefl to r'uihl — C. FortiiiH'. 
Coach Simpson. 

Xot ill Piitiirc — (ilickfrt. Dalcx . rivlTtriiaii. 



McFadcn. Kali-. .Mi. r.-.lu.n. K^^.^un, |. Iniur.ic. 



J. C. A. Tennis Team, 1936 



i-'or the lirst tinii' in the lii.storv of tlic schcml. the J. C A. lirnnis >hark.s are 
to have a chance to play regular niatche.s. .And, from all appearance;, the team will 
give a ])0werful account of it-self. despite the fact that only a few matches can he 
arranged for this first year of competition. 

Boliby TiJickcrt is the team's .\o. 1 man. I'ossessing a line a.ssortment of 
strokes and ]>lenty of experience, he is expected to give his opponents a numlier of 
unpleasant afternoons. Charles Fortune will play at No. 2. His game is prohahly 
the soundest and steadiest of all the men of the team. Bill Kale will be at \o. 3; 
and when he is right. Bill is hard to handle. The No. 4 place has not been cinched. 
It lies between .\rdene Mershon. Dan .McFa<len. and Jack Fortune. If .\rdene 
wins the place, it will mark the first time that a girl has i)layed on one of the 
College teams other than a girls' team. 

The two doubles teams are the strongest part of the squad, ("dickcrt and 
Kale will probably play at the No. 1 position, with the two Fortunes at No. 2, 
although there is little to choose between the two. In addition, David Daley and 
Bill Heflfernan are challenging for a place and will doubtless see plenty of service. 

The schedule: 

April 13 A. R. C. in .Augusta 

April 25 Armstrong Junior College, in .Augusta 

^lay 2 Wofford FVcshmen. in Spartanburg 

^lay 9 \nnstrong Junior College, in Savannah 

An eflfort is being made to secure several other matches. Whether they are 
secured or not, one thing is certain: J. C. A. tennis is here to stay. Watch the 
racquet wielders next year! 



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iveading left to right: 

Kneeling — Robinson. Calhoun, Xewnian. 

Slanilin;/ — W'ilhelni, Lung. Xixon. Stelling 



Redd, Jakes. Coach Simpson. 



A. R. C. Tennis Team, 1936 



With only "Wish" Redd returning from the fine 1935 tennis team, the 
Acadeni)' netmen faced a rather gloomy outlook for the 1936 season. But the 
unexpected happened and half a dozen "new" men suddenl}' develo])ed into real 
tennis pla_\'ers. and the outlook not only brightened hut became exceedingly bright. 

Before the season opened. Redd had secured the Xo. 1 position with Frank 
Robinson at Xo. 2. Billy Calhoun at Xo. 3. and Herbert Stelling at Xo. 4. "Pop" 
Newman and Oma Wilhelni were the otlier two men to make the scjuad. and there 
is considerable reason to believe that either or both of them will break intQ the 
first four before the end of the year. 

The team is as strong in the doubles as in the singles. Redd antl Calhovm are 
the first team, and I-{obinson and Stelling constitute the second team. 

The team opened the season with an easy victory over Benedictine, the final 
score being 5 to 1. Both doubles teams won their matches and Redd. Robinson, and 
Calhoun turned in victories in the singles. The second match, with the junior 
College, ended in a i-?i tie. The next two matches, with L'olumbia and with Bene- 
dictine, were rained out. 

The schedule for the remainder of the year : 

.■\pril 17 Savannah, in Augusta 

.\pril 24 Athens, in .\thens 

A])ril 27 Benedictine, in Savannah 

May 1 G. I. .\. .\., in .\tlanta 

May 9 Savannah, in Savannah 

I )tber matches, with Columbia. (Jreenville. and Athens, have been arranged 
InU the dates have not been announced. 



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Winners of Tournaments, 1936 



During tlie jiast five years every effort lias been made to broaden the athletic 
program of the Academy and the Jimior College in order that the greatest possible 
number of students might find some sport in which to i)articipate. One of the 
features of this new plan of athletics has been the steady increase in the number 
of tennis and golf tournaments. During the past school year eleven tournaments 
have been held, and Coach Simpson announces that in 1936-37 this number will 
be increased to not less than fifteen, with the new tournaments being held in 
October and November. 

From the standpoint of student interest the outstanding tournaments of the 
year were the Acadenu' Tennis, tlie .Academy Golf, and the Girls-l'^aculty Golf 
tournaments. 

The .\cadiniy Tennis tournament was won by "W'i.sh" Kedd. who has been 
called by Vincent Richards "a player with wonderful possibilities." "Wish" gained 
the finals by victories over Oma W'ilhelm. and Herbert Stelling; there he defeated 
Frank Robinson, who had advance<l at the expense of "Pop" Xewnian and Billy 
Calhoun. 

The .\cademy Golf tournament was topped by Earl Waller, who won out by 
defeating Charles Whaley in the finals. Waller also accounted for Max Hill and 
Joe Ogilvie, while Whaley won victories over Joe Mulhcrin and Sam Graham. 

The Academy Tennis Doubles went to Redd and Calhoun, with Robinson 
and Stelling as riinners-up. Long and .Mien, and Xelson and liakcr reached the 
semi-finals. 

In the College, Bobby Glickert took the Tennis Tournament after a hard 
match with Charles Fortune. Glickert also defeated Jack Fortune and Bill Kale, 
while Charles Fortune beat Bill HefFernan and Ilamp Bryson to reach the finals. 

The J. C. A. Doubles and Golf tournaments were not played, due to the small 
number of entries. 

In the Girls' tournaments .\rdene Mershon won the tennis singles, and then 
paired with Dot Xewman to win the doubles. Ruth Waller was victorious in the 
golf tournament. The three girls' tournaments attracted more than 70 players. 

Two special tournainents were held, but due to weather conditions, could not 
be finished in time for the winners to be included in the R.MXBOW. These two 
tournaments were the famous Girls-Faculty Golf tournaments, and the mixed 
doubles with the J. C. A. Boys and Girls as partners. Two Faculty golf tournaments 
are also in process of completion, with "Uncle Bill " Kennedy the favorite in the 
singles and with no favorites yet established in the Scotch Pairs melee. 



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J. C. A. Basketball League, 1936 



The Junior College Basketball League, started three years ago. enjoyed its 
best season during the past winter as six teams played a full schedule of interesting 
games. 

The season was divided into two parts, a regular schedule of twelve games, 
and a round robin of six games. The first series of games ended with the Gas 
House Gang in first place and the Lunch Room Roughnecks in second place. 
These two choice dispensers of legalized assault and batter}- were followed by the 
Hi-Y, supposed to be gentlemen, but decidedly not gentlemen : the Faculty, a 
gallant if somewhat rheumatic bunch of old men ; the Football Varsity Five, whose 
blocking and tackling were features of the games ; and the Pre-Law Club, whose 
vocabulary was the only respectable part of its play. The roimd robin ended in a 
no-decision, with the six teams too bruised and maimed to play off the several tie 
games. Both the Gas House and the Lunch Room laid claim to the championship 
title, but for the sake of humanity no effort was made to decide the argument. 

The league produced a number of excellent players, among them Br\-son, 
Gray, Thompson. Wilhelm, Fortune. Daley, and Stulb. It also produced Skinner, 
Nowell. Coach Bob, Mr. Maden, McFaden, and Baker, who could dish out the 
punishment — but the less said about that bunch the better. 

.\t the end of the season an All-Star Team, was selected. The .Ml-Stars were 
a real club, as is evidenced by the fact that they spanked the "B" Varsit\^ and then 
slaughtered the Varsity in two special post-season games. The caliber of their 
play points to a regular J. C. A. Varsitv for 1937. 



The following players made up the All-'Star team: 

Forwards — Bryson. Gray. Blum. Wilhelm. 

Centers — Daley. Skinner. 

Guards — Xowell, McFaden. C. Fcjrtnne, Stnlb, Thompson. 

The rosters of the six regular league teams: 

F'aculty — Gressetle, Fwing, iJohon. Simpson, .\laden. Mains. Dul'uis. Spelh. 
Moore, Eubanks, Smith. 

Gas House — McFaden, Anlonakas. l-'orunie. Dixon, .\loblev. Blum, Sweatt. 
Cooper. 

Varsity Five — Inniaii, Thumpsdn. Stulli. I'.;iker. >nung. S;uK-ken. 

Hi-V— Fortune. Daley. Glickert. .Mills. Slulli. 

Lunch koom -Skinner. Kale, .Xnwell, .Mus^, .Mi.ran, Kiiclu-ns, l;r\snn. Gray. 
Cooper. 

Pre-Law — (iarr.-ird. joms, I larlen. I'opkin. Scoll. Young. 1 louver. 



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Cheer Leaders 



Harold Chandler 



Dorothy Newman 



Martha Herman 



Dean Nowell 



Charles Fortune 



Jack Fortune 




3^eature5 



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FEATURES 

I. Sii|)ei'l«ili>es 

'2. Litei<ir> 

•'). IkNiutN <iii(l Fiishiiin 

4. Fun 



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Superlatives 



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The Superlatives of 1935-1936 

J. C. A. Sophomore Wikdicloriou Susan Barnes 

Best All-Roinid J. C. A. Sophomore Martha Herman 

Most Popiihir J. C. A. Sophomore Hoy James Hoover 

Most Popular J. C. A. Sophomore Girl Margie Mulherin 

Most Popular J. C. A. Freshman Boy Jack FoRTrNE 

Most Popular J. C. A. Freshman Uirl Helen Boardm an 

A. R. C. Senior I'aletlktorian William Kennedy 

Best All-Round A. R. C. Senior Carlos Bearden 

Most Popular A. R. C. Senior Curtis Nelson 

Best A. R. C. Athlete John Trackman 

Best Drilled Cadet Carlisle Hall 

"Slant Sight" li'inner Edna Harrell 



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SUSAN BARNES 

I. C. A. SOPHOMORE VALEDICTORIAN 



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MARTHA HERMAN 

BEST ALL-ROUND J. C. A. SOPHOMORE 



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JAMES HOOVER 

MOST POPULAR I. C, A. SOPHOMORE BOY 



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MARGIE MULHERIN 

MOST POPULAR J. C. A. SOPHOMORE GIRL 



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JACK FORTUNE 

MOST POPULAR I. C. A. FRESHMAN BOY 



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HELEN BOARDMAN 

MOST POPULAR J. C. A. FRESHMAN GIRL 



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WILLIAM KENNEDY 

A. R. C. SENIOR VALEDICTORIAN 



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CARLOS BEARDEN 

BEST ALL-ROUND A. R. C. SENIOR 



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CURTIS NELSON 

MOST POPULAR A. R. C. SENIOR 



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JOHN K. LACKMAN 

BEST A. R. C. ATHLETE 



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CARLISLE HALL 

BEST-DRILLED CADET 



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EDNA HARRELL 

"STUNT NIGHT" WINNER 



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"XitcratY 



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Chivalry 



The day's toiuj past ivhen shining knight 
In coat of mail, with gleaming blade 

.hid waving plume, rode forth zvith might 
To prove his valor to a maid; 

H'lwn height of manly aims 7i'as this: 

His foe to hon'rably disarm, 
.hid his reward.' A hand to kiss 

Of lady fair, with grace and charm. 

.hid arc we so unlike to-day 

Those courtly ladies, valiant men? 

Oh, is there not at least one 2vay 
To reconcile the noxi' — and Ihenf 

Remember several months ago 
.4 tournament of grimy boys, 

H'ho fought most manfully their foe 
To keep a ball — 'mid gleeful noise. 

And every day. it's very plain. 

When all the men go out to drill 
And all their strength and skill to train. 

That modern sons are knightly still. 

.'hid is there not a gallery 

Of damsels fair, all dainty clad? 

And is it not a joy to see 

Their efforts each to cheer a lad? 

So knighthood still may be in flower, 
.hid T<r may hazr. it seems to me. — 

Ui'lioul a single moat or tower — 
Something akin to chiz'alry. 

— E. S. 



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Spring Fever 

By J. A. HUXGERPILLER, JR. 



Old Scroggs carefully wrapped the retort and 
replaced it on its rack. He reached for another, 
stopped, and tossed his towel on the lab. table 
instead. It was a careless movement for one so 
methodical as he. But Old Scroggs was sick to- 
dav. Sick with a very common malady known as 
spring fever. 

It was a sunshiny morning in early May. and 
outside the open window a mocking bird was 
lustily serenading the fair maid Spring. Old 
Scroggs strolled restlessly to the window and 
looked out at the new buds on the trees, the 
green shoots coming from the earth, the joyful 
flutterings of the birds. 

"Two months ago," he mused, "it was all cold 
and bare. There were no birds, no buds, nothing. 
Nothing but the wind whistling through the naked 
branches of the trees. Look at it now. Everything 
is stirring, waking up — " A slow grin spread over 
his face. "Except human beings," he amended. "All 
the lads and co-eds struggle listlessly into class, 
and, immediately, as soon as the lecture begins, 
sink deeper into a sort of hypnotic stupor. The 
professors," he admitted to himself, "are no ex- 
cepti.in. Even Randerson, who came down here to 
Georgia so full of pep and energy, it's getting 
him also. At any rate, there is a powerful force 
in the air. That it affects plants and animals dif- 
ferently is of small consequence." 

He picked up a clear flask, washed it, and placed 
it on the window ledge to dry. When the warm 
sun touched his hand he smiled. Old Scroggs liked 
to think that he and the sun were friends. Certain- 
ly they should be. He knew and respected the 
mighty power of that blazing world, and through 
this knowledge fame and fortune would soon be 
his. IJuring the winter he had perfected a solar 
heater far superior to any in existence. .Already, 
])rivate construction companies had offered him up 
to S500.000 for exclusive rights to the heater, if it 
proved successful. As yet he had not taken out 
|jatent jjapers. He wanted to wait until he could 
finish an<l try out his model so that he ct>uld be 
sure that it was a success. His e\'e wandered over 
to his small desk where he kept his original (ilans 
under his watchful guard. 

With a sigh Old Scroggs turned I rum the 
window, picked up a Ijottle lal)elcd "Nitric Acid." 
and (lusted it. .\s he worked he began to recite a 
few lines of his favorite poem. 

There was a light step behind him. but Old 
Scroggs heanl nothin.g luitil a bantering voice re- 
marked: "In the spring a young man's fancy 
lightly turns — " Old Scroggs whirled and looked 
into the end of an automatic pistol. 

"What d(i ycju want?" he asked the masked man 
behind the gun. It was Saturday morning. There 



were onl\- a few other teachers in the building. He 
couldn't count on help from that source. It looked 
as if he would have to help himself, if any helping 
was done. 

'AN'hat do you want ?" mocked the bandit. "You 
know what I want. Fatty. Dig out the plans of 
that heater." 

Old Scroggs turned, picked up a bottle labeled 
"Hydro,gen Peroxide" and. wiping it, moved tow- 
ard the window. "You better think a minute, son. 
You don't realize what — " 

The bandit look a quick step and was beside Old 
Scroggs. who was pouring some of the liquid from 
the brown hydrogen peroxide bottle into the clear 
flask. "Listen, you old billygoat, you want to 
wrestle with a slug? Well, quit stalling and fork 
over those plans, or — " 

"O. K., son," said Old Scroggs, jamming a 
stopper down into the white flask. "I'm licked." 
He set the flask in the sunlight and quickly moved 
to the desk. 

"That's the way to step — " The bandit never fin- 
ished his sentence. A roar like the explosion of a 
.45 sounded from the window Ijehind him. He 
spun, snarling. Old Scroggs whipped up a paper- 
weight off the desk and swung hard — 

The others came pouring in. 

"What happened?" 

"You hurt?" 

"Yeah, we heard the explosion — -" 

"Hold on." said Old Scroggs. "I'll tell you all ; 
just give me time." 

When he finished, one of the teachers reached 
down and stripped the mask from the bandit's 
face. 

"Well I'm — It's Norman Blackstone. He used 
to be a student here. He is the one that stuck up 
the First National and those people, making his 
getaway." 

"How is he? " asked Old Scroggs. 

Tile teacher thrust his hand beneath the bandit's 
.shirt for a minute, then he took a mirror from the 
wall and held it in front of his lips. "He's kinda 
dead." he said .softly. 

"Well, serves him right," said one. 

"Yeah, lucky you got him before he got you." 

"I didn't get him." growled Old Scroggs. 
"Spring fever got him. If lie had been awake lie 
would have known what I was doing when I set 
that clear flask of Hydrogen Peroxide in the sun." 

"Say. I don't know about that." said Professor 
Reed. "I. for one, didn't know tliat Hydrogen 
Peroxide explodes in the direct rays of the sun. 
Why should he?" 

"Hell." said Old Scroggs. "I taught him Chem- 
istrv. didn't I ?" 



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ASPIRATION 



AFTERGLO^^' 



Sandy hair and freckled nose, 
I'crsliing caf< and stubby toes, 
ll'Idc of eye, alert, he goes — 
Slurdv Freshman. 



This, above all, ivc knoiv, 
This is apparent to men : 
After a time we go — 
Sot hou; nor where, nor when. 



More at ease, but yet carefree, 
Mischievous, aliz'c is he — 
Small, but full of loyalty — 
Impish Sophomore. 



Only a moment the lark 
Troubles the quiet dawn. 
Then soars, and above the peak, 
irheeling, is gone. 



Taller now. and smooth of hair. 
Gruff of voice and dressed with care, 
Proud of strength, and bold to dare — 
Haughty Junior. 

Polished sabre, martial mien. 
Glint of medals, leather sheen. 
Heart and soul and judgment keen — 
Manly Senior! 



Hut for a season the rose 
Opens in fragrant bloom ; 
Then, ii'hen the summer goes — 
Frost — and doom. 

)'et. .something there is that slays. 
Something is left behind : 
./ scent in the garden zvays, 
.In echo on the zmid. 



TO "X" 

(Juict her voice, and quiet, loo, her eyes, 
And stvect her ways of daintiness and grace; 
.Ind s:ceet her laughter and her soft surprise, 
And sti-cet the quiet beauty of her face. 

.Ind I. who am as one been born apart 
From so much loveliness, forget to sigh — 
And sing zi-ithin the cloister of my heart 
.-I hy)nn to Beauty, zvhen she passes by I 



SPECTRA 

Kcd brick of stadium. 
Tan football, 
Yellozv of sunlight. 
Green grass o'er all. 
Flue of October sky. 
Purple-clad team — 
These make our Rainbow 
.1 prismatic beam. 




^eaut^ anb J^as^ion 



Ik'<iiil\ is rriilli; Tinilli, IUmiiIn - - - 
This is all \v kiiiin, iiiid <ill \i- ni'i-il Id know. 

lll.llS. 



Participants in Beauty and Fashion Pageant 



(Selected by popular vote of their respective classes) 



/. C. A. Sophouwres 

Miss ilAkiiiA }Iki<max 
Mjss Camilla Motes 
Miss Makcie Mllherix 
Miss Katiieri.ne Reese 
Miss Martha Sakcken 



/. C. A. rrcshmcn 

Miss Fixirence P.ailev 
Miss Helen' Hoardmax 
Miss Ermi.ne Cater 
Miss Elizabeth Howard 
Miss Dorothy Lackmax 




Miss Martha Herman 

Most Beaucirul J. C. A. Sophomore 



Miss Florence Bailey- 
Most Beautiful J. C. A, Freshman 




/ 




^ 9i 




•^J 




Miss Sara Sancken 

Most Fashionable J. C. A. Sophomoie 



Miss Helen Boardman 

Most Fashionable J. C. A. Freshman 




'STUNT NIGHT" 



The second annual presentation of "Stunt Night" under ilie :uisi)ices of the 
KAIXBOW was very sncessfid in two wavs. 

First, it showed that the K.\I.\15( )\\' staff was uiiselfislily working' for the 
good of the student hody. Kvery effort was made toward tlie ])roduction of a 
heautiful. clean, and enjoyal)le show. The Meauty Contest and Fashion Show, 
which introduced the program, far surpassed e.\|iectancies. 'I"he Junior College 
"beauties" paraded in front of a picturesipie garden .scene, while the .school 
orchestra, in full regalia, furnished graceful waltz music. The second item of 
success was that the proceeds were snflTicient to aid materiallv in the jnilihcation 
of this book. 

The R.MNBOW .statT is deeply appreciative of the generous cooperation it 
received from all sides. F'oremost among those who contributed to the outstanding 
success of "Stunt Night" are the many participants who freely gave most 
creditalile exhibitions of their various talents. .\ debt of gratitude is also owed 
to J. B. White iK: Company and Mrs. Lombard Brinson for directing and supply- 
ing the dresses and scenery for the Fashion Show. (Jthers from whom was 
received valuable assistance are the Houston Ice & Coal Company and I'latfs 
Funeral Home. Lastly, but by no means last in importance, the KAINBOW 
staflf expresses its a|)preciation to the many students and friends who supported 
the show by their enthusiastic attendance. 

The show was directed by .\le\ Dorenius. who acted as Master of Cere- 
monies. 



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Duck axd --'? 



OuH Hero , 



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THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 
IN AMERICAN VULGATE 



When things get so Ijalled up that the people of a country have to cut loose 
from some other country and go on its own hook, without asking no permission 
from nobody, then they ought to let everybod}' know wh)' they done it, so that 
everybody can see they are on the level, and not trying to put nothing over on 
nobody. 

All we got to say on this proposition is this : first, you and me is good as any- 
body, and maybe a darn sight better ; second, nobody ain't got no right to take away 
none of our rights ; third, every man has got a right to live, to come and go as he 
pleases, and to have a good time however he likes, so long as he don't interfere 
with nobody else. That any government that don't give a man these rights ain't 
worth a dime ; also, people ought to choose the kind of government they want 
themselves, and nobody else ought to have no say in the matter. That whenever any 
government don't do this, then the people have a right to can it and put in one 
that will take care of their interests. Of course, that don't mean having a revolu- 
tion every da\' like them South American coons and the Bolsheviki, or every time 
some job-holder does something he ain't got no business to do. It is better to stand 
a little graft, etc., than to have revolutions all the time, like them coons and Bol- 
sheviki, and any man that wasn't a anarchist or one of them I. W. VV.'s would say 
the same. But when things get so bad that a man ain't hardly got no rights at all 
no more, but }'0u might almost call him a slave, then ever\'body ought to get 
together and throw the grafters out, and put in new ones who won't carry on so 
high and steal so much, and then watch them. This is the proposition the people of 
these Colonies is up against, and they have got tired of it, and won't stand it no 
more. The administration of the present King, George III, has been rotten from 
the start, and when anybody kicked about it he always tried to get away with it 
by strong-arm work. Here is some of the rou.gh stuff he has pulled : 

He vetoed bills in the Legislature that evcrybudv wa^ in favor of, and hardlv 
nobody was against. 

He wouldn't allow nu law t(i Ije passed without it was first put up lo him, and 
then he stuck it in his pocket and let on be furgol' .-ihoul il. and diiln't pa\- no 
attention to no kicks. 

When peo|jle went to work and gone to him anil asked liini to put through 
a law about this or that, he gave them their choice ; either they had to shut down the 
Legislature and let them pass it all by himself, or they couldn't have it at all. 

He made the Legi^lalln■e meet at (. ne-hor.se lank-towns out in the alfalfa belt, 
so that hardly nobody could get there and most of the leaders would stay home 
and let him go to work and do things as he pleased. 

Etc. 



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THE QUILTING PARTY 

Down at Deacon Jones' lioiise 

The girh they had a quilting. 

Just for to shozi.' their handsome looks 

.hid have a little jilting: 

Deacon Jones' daughter Sal, 
And Squire Wheeler's Mary, 
And General Carter's youngest gal. 
That looked Just like a fairy. 

Xo'iK' Ii'/kVi' tliey all were whirling plates 
And playing hunt the slipper, 
Matilda Parsons went to get 
Some cider in a dipper. 

She started out but then she stopped 
Just outside in the entry; 
She gaz'c a scream and stood stock still 
Just like I froccn sentry. 

We all ran out and there we saw 
A-hugging like creation. 
Miss Cartwright and Sam Jones, we satv, 
.l-kissing like tarnation. 

O such a laugh as we set up! 
Vou nez'cr heard a finer. 
Said I. "I reckon kissing's cheap; 
Don't you. Miss Carolina.^" 

y'ou should Inrt'c seen .Miss Cartwright blush 

As if she had been painted, 

She .laid she had the toothache and 

In Samuel's arms had fainted. 

And noiv. young girls, I'll say to you : 
When you go to a quiltmake. 
Don't lei the fellcn\.'s hug and kiss, 
i'nlcss you hat-e the toothache. 

— Sfft. \\m. C. McGee. 



WHAT IS GOLF? 

GOLl"" ... is a form of work made expensive eaougii for business men to enjoy. It is what letter- 
carrying, ditch-digging, and carpet-beating would be if they all had to be performed on the same 
hot afternoon. 

The game is played on carefully manicured grass, with little white balls and as many clubs as 
the player can afford. A golf course has eighteen holes, ^evc■nteen of which are unnecessary, and 
are put in to make the game harder. A "hole" is a lin cuj) in the center of a "green." A "green" 
is a small parcel of grass costing about $1.65 a blade, and usually located between a brook and a 
couple of apple trees, or a lot of "unfinished excavation." 

The idea is to get the ball from a given point into each of the eighteen tin cups with the 
fewest number of strokes, and the greatest number of words. The ball must not be thrown, push- 
ed, or carried. It must be propelled by about $200 worth of curious looking implements, especially 
designed to provoke the owner. Each implement has a specific purpose and ultimately some golfers 
get to know what that purpose is. (They are th; exceptions.) 

After the final, or eighteenth hole, the golfer adds up his score and stops when he reaches 87, He 
then has a shower, a Coca-Cola, sings " Sweet Adeline" with six or eight other liars, and calls it 
a perfect day. 



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Hell'o.Red 



Oi/ft Band 



CoLDMOTOR 



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Chemistry oi the Fairer Sex 

Symbol— WO. 

^Iembe^ of the human family. 

Specific Gravity — Variable : molecular 
structure exceedingly variable. 

Occurrence — Can be found wherever man 
exists. 

Physical Properties — .Ml colors, sizes and 
shapes. 

Generally appears in disguised condition ; 
natural surface rarely free from an extrane- 
ous covering of textiles or film of grease and 
pigments. 

Melts readily when properly treated. Boils 
at nothing and may freeze at any moment. 

Ordinarily sweet, occasionally sour, and 
sometimes bitter. 

Chemical Properties — Exceedingly vola- 
tile, highly inflammable and dangerous in 
the hands of an inexperienced person. 

Possesses great aflfinity for golfl, silver, 
platinum and precious stones of all kinds. 

Capable of absorbing astonishing quanti- 
ties of expensive foods and beverages. 

Reacts violently when left alone. Turns 
green when placed next to a better appearing 
specimen. 

.Ages rapidly. 



A Teacher's Soliloquy 

! teach the trusting Utile tots 

The tilings that they should know, 
I'liinslakinply I shape their thoughts, 

And watch their poii'ers grow. 
I guide each adolescent mind 

In paths of rectitude. 
I am their mentor, firm but kind, 

The guardian of my brood. 
.My mission is a worthy one, 

With pride my bosom itmcIIs, 
But someday e'er my life is done, 

I'll choke the darn dumb-bells. 




Activities 



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"The 1936 Rainbow" Editorial Staff 

ELIZABETH SKINNER 0. C. A.) AND CHARLES HOUSTON (A. R. C.) Editohs-in-Chief 

ALEX DOREMUS (J. C. A.), DENO THEVAOS (A. R. C), AND GORDON KELLY (A. R. C.) . . . Literary Editors 

MARGIE MULHERIN (I. C. A.) AND T. Z. SPROTP 0. C. A. ) Assistant Uterary Editors 

JACK FORTUNE (I. C. A.). MATTIE AVICE JAMES (I. C. A.) .' ND HERBERT STELLING (A. R. C.) . . Sports Editors 

ROBERT GRACEY (I. C. A.) AND JOHN T r:: ECKLEY (A. R. C.I Military Editors 

CHARLES FARR (I. C. A.) AND DOROTHY LAZENBY (J. C. A.) Art Editors 

HARRY JEFFCOAT (J. C. A ) AND MYRTLE HOWARD (I. C. A.) Picture. Editors 

ELAINE GOODSON (I. C. A.) AND JENNYE RUTH HILL (J. C. A.) \ p„„„„„ 

WnXIAM KENNEDY (A. R. C.) AND IVERSON BRYANS (A. R. C.) / activities ujitors 

MR. READ. MR. MADDOX. AND MR. DuPUIS Faculty Advisers 



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"The 1936 Rainbow" Business Staff 

LOUISA WILLINGHAM (J. C. A.) AND A. L. MASON, JR. (A. R. C.) Business Managers 

LEON SIMON (A. R. C.) AND EARL WALLER (A. R. C.) Asst. Business Managers 

GEORGE MARSHALL (J. C. A.) AND SAM WALLER (I. C. A.) Circulation Managers 



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Gold "R" Scciety 



Students who have eorned Gold "R's" since organization. To earn a Gold "R" a student 
must show general oU-round ability, and excel in at least two phases of school llle. 



1930 


Currie, Marian 


SprotI, T. Z. 


Boyd, Welcome 


Kelly, Alex 


While, W. O. 


Currie, Brainard 


Scrivener, Archie 




Fulton, Morris 


Scruggs, Bland 


1935 


Skinner, lames 


Stephens, Jackie 


Courtney, Cal 




Traylor, Bothwell 


Doremus, Alex 


1931 




Fortune, Jack 


Anderson, Oliver 


1933 


Jeffccal. Harry 


Bailie, Anderson 


Bryson, Hampton 


Lee, Lansing 


Caswell, Theo 


Burnley, Frank 


Mills, Bobby 


Clark. H. O. 


Coleman, Charlie 


Moss, Gordon 


Gracey, Matt 


Durbar, William 


Rhodes, George 


Mulherin, Frank 


Forney, Kenneth 


Waller, Sam 


Wade, Dick 
V/hitney, Jack 


Fuller, George 
Harbin, Henry 
Krupp, John 


1936 




Marryot, Arthur 


Cleckley, John 


1932 




Houston, Charles 


Bolgla, Julius 


1934 


Kelly, Gordon 


BeU, John C. 


Bearden, Carlos 


Mason, lack 




Daley, David 


Moran, Elliot 




Hoover, James 


Stalling, Herbert 




Kitchens, Bill 


Slulb, Charlie 




Sanders, Taylor 


Thevaos, Deno 




Skinner, Allen 


Thompson, Charlie 











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Gold "R" Society 
Founded April 19, 1931 



To stimulate the interest of the student at the Academy of Richmond Count}' 
in his school and to inspire and to insure recognition of such an interest, the fol- 
lowing resolutions were respectfully submitted to the facult^• and the student body 
by Mr. E. M. Allen: 

1. That there shall l)e organized immediately an honor society at the 
Academy. 

2. That the name of this society shall be The Gold Letter Society. 

3. That the members shall be awarded gold letters as designation of the 
honor. 

4. That each candidate for admission shall meet the approval of tlie Commit- 
tee in regards to character. 

5. That any student shall be eligible for this e.xamination who shall have 
passed or earned forty points from the specified groups. 

6. That at least ten points shall be earned in each of two groups and five in 
another. (These points are not to be made in the character group). 

7. That there shall be five .groupings of honors : Character. Scholarship, 
Military, Athletics, and School Activities. 

8. That there shall be no regular meetings, but rather a simple initiation in 
chapel at the regular morning exercises. 

9. That the members themselves shall conduct the initiation ceremonies. 

10. That the society shall have the right to present any member to the 
faculty committee for dismissal from its body because of failure to live up to 
standards of the group headed as Character ; such a member dropped must sur- 
render his Gold "R." 

11. That amendments to these resolutions shall come before the appointed 
committee of the faculty. 

12. That the candidate must have reasonable success in his studies at the 
time of application. 

13. That at least three points must be made in the scholastic group, and 
that at least five jwints must be made in School Activities. 

14. That the points for honors shall be made according to a scale supplied 
by the Committee. 



A student has many opportunities to show his ability. .\s many as fifteen 
points may be earned in one term ir. the scholastic group. These points are 
awarded for e.xcelleuce in studies. The Student .\ctivities Group includes such 
possi!)ilities as being member or leader of various organizations. All boys who i 

attain recognition in any of the school athletics arc given points toward the neccs- i i i 

sarv total. Credit mav also be obtained bv achievement of the rank of oflficer in III 

the'R. O. T. C. ■ ■ 'i| 

I 

Since the founding of the Snciet\', Mr. Allen has devoted untiring efforts to 
its devolopment and maintenance and lias made it the outstanding honor organiza- 
tion of the .Vcademv. 



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Phi Theta Kappa 



(National Junior College Honorary Scholarship Society. Approved by the American Association 
of Junior Colleges. Phi Theta Kappa corresponds to Phi Beta Kappa of Senior Colleges.) 

BETA XI CHAPTER OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE OF AUGUSTA. ESTABLISHED 1932. 



1932 


1933 


1934 


1935 


1936 


(Charter Members) 


Helen Derrick 


Katherine Bishop 


Glenn Ivey 


Susan Barnes 


Eleanor Bearden 
Brainard Currie 


Elizabeth Elkins 
Dean Eric Hardy 


Louise Blackstone 
Frank Grady 


Anna L. Boeckman 
Helen Ouzts 


Elizabeth Skinner 
Mary Givens 
Virginia Vidello 


Morris Fulton 




Juanila Haynle 


Elizabeth Trimble 


Margie Mulherin 


Josephine Fry 
Llewellen Gibson 
Frank Harris 


Berdie Ella James 
Morris Marks 


Roberta Ingle 
Ruth Jones 
Alex Kelly 


Grace W. Dyo 
Frances Joe 


Norma Ellen Hicks 
Norma Pirkle 
Carolyn Wallace 
Leonard Garten 


Amelia Sheftall 


Pres. J. L. Skinner 


Elizabeth Lee 


Judith Gracey 


Katherine Reese 


James Slcinner, Jr. 
Frances Garten 


(Honorary) 
Martha Walker 


Nea! O'Shea 
Katherine Rawls 
Carolyn While 


Virginia Stephens 
Julia E. Jackson 


T. Z. Sprott 
James Hoover 
Jane Rox 


Albert Whittle 


Jack Whitney 


Jonnie Mae Witt 


Arthur Maryott 


Vernon Cawley 



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Student Council 



(Elected by popular vote of their respective classes) 





J. 


C. A. SOPHOMORES 




T. Z. Sprott 




Elizabeth Skinner 
I. C. A. FREKKMEN 


Samille Saye 


Jack Fortune 




Bobby Mills 
A. R. C. SENIORS 


Allen Skinner 


Carlos Bearden 




William Kennedy 
A. H. C. JUNIORS 


Curtis Nelson 


Tom Baker 




Grady McRae 


Thomas Boeckman 




A 


R. C. SOPHOMORES 




Bcbby Baker 




Paul Whaley 
A. R. C. FRESHMEN 


Marvin McNair 


I. R. Edwards 




Louis Ross 


Patrick Calhoun 



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J. C. A. Pre-Law Club 

First Term Officers 

FRED SCOTT President 

HAROLD CHANDLER VicE-PREsroENT 

JAMES HOOVER Secretasy 

CHARLES MARKS Treasurer 



Second Term Officers 

JAMES HUNGERPILLER, JR PnEsmENT 

ALEX DOREMUS Vice-President 

JAMES HOOVER Secretary 

DAVID MOYE Treasurer 



Members 



Jack Fortune 
Bobby Gljckert 
Marvin HoUey 
Cari Howard 
Randolph Jones 
William Kale 



Angelo Punaro 
Patrick Redd 
George Rhodes 
Edward Stelling 
Sam Tyson 
Emory Young 



MR NORMAN L. GALLOWAY 
COL W. H. H. lONES . . 



Faculty Adviser 
Prater in Uhbe 



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RHO CHI PRE MEDICAl CLUB 




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Rho Chi Pre-Medical Fraternity 

Administrative Officers 

HENRY STEADMAN President 

EDWARD LEAPHART Vice-President 

WILLIAM KITCHENS Secretary 

HAMPTON BRYSON Treasurer 

RICHARD RUSSELL Sergeant-at-Arms 

LEONARD GARTEN Scribe 

LOUIS COLLINS Business Manager 



Faculty Advisers 



DR. J. M. ELLIS 



MR. C. A. SCRUGGS 



Members 



MR. H. O. READ 



I. D. Baird 
Hampton Bryson 
Ben Burns 
Thomas Clary 
Ver.non Cawley 
Lcuis Collins 
Robert Ellison 



Leonard Garten 
William Kitchens 
Edward Leaphart 
Joe Lewis 
Simeon Morris 
Richard Russell 
Henry Steadman 



The purpose of RIKJ CHI is to Ijriiij^ totjether ihusi.- sUnk'tits iiilorested in 
the field of medicine in (jrder to e.\ch:in,i;e ideas and to enconra.ye the social contacts 
tliat make colle.ije hfe one of pleasant memories. 



The current year marUs ihe sixth anniverstiry nf the oryanizalion. Many 
parties and dances have made it a socially successful year, and several lectures on 
medical subjects hy the niemhers and prominent men associated with medicine 
have made it as e(|iially educational. 



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Junior College Hi-Y 



Officers 



Fir.ll Scincslcr 

MART:N WALLACE Prssldsnl 

CARL HOWARD Vice-President 

PAT REDD Secretary 

lOE STULB Treasurer 

FRED SCOTT Sergeanlal-Arms 



Srcniid Scincslcr 

PAT REDD President 

;OE STULB Vice-President 

W. C. IVEY Secretary 

FRED SCOTT Treasurer 

WILLIAM KITCHENS . . Sorgeanl-al-A ms 



Members 



Lloyd Adams 
L. A. Bryant 
Alva Cooper 
David Daley 
Marion Dasher 
Alex Doremus 
Jack Fortune 
Bobby Glicltert 
Robert Gracey 
T. J. Heffeman 
Carl Howard 
W. C. Ivey 
Jack Jordan 
William Kale 



WlUioni Kitchens 
Bcbby Mills 
Georce Marsha" 
Harry Mcbley 
Simeon Monis 
Rcberl Moore 
Fred ScoH 
Ice Slulb 
Robert Sv/ealt 
Pal Redd 
George Rhodes 
Fred Timm 
Martin Wallace 
Sam Wal'er 



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Academy Hi-Y 



Officers 



First Semester 




WILLIAM KENNEDY 


President 


V/ILLIAM JAKES . . . 


Vics-PresiJenl 


JACK OUZTS .... 


Secretary 


FRANK ROBINSON . . . 


Treasurer 


GUYTON THOMPSON . . 


Chaplain 



Second Scmcsfcr 

WILLIAM JAKES .... President 
RALPH ALLEN . . . . Vice-President 

JOHN R. HALL Secrstary 

JACK OUZTS Treasurer 

BOYCE LONG Chaplain 



Members 



Ralph Allen 
Bobby Baker 
Theodore Balk 
Teddy Carriqan 
John T. Cleckley 
Evan Davis 
Rickman Ferris 
Tom Gwin 
John R. Hall 
Julian Hammond 
'"Red" Herrington 
Maxwell Hill 
Earl Hollingsworth 



William Jakes 
Gordon Kelly 
William Kennedy 
Boyce Long 
Jack Ouzts 
Frank Robinson 
Max Roesel 
William Rush 
Herbert Slelling 
Deno Thevaos 
Guyton Thompson 
Orville Verdery 
Billy Willis 



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Academy Literar/ Society 



Officers 



First Si-iiicslcr 

BEST GARY President 

GEORGE TRAYLOR . . Vice-President 
BILLY WHEELESS .... Secretary 
ALFRED BATTEY .... Treasurer 



Second Semester 

DENO THEVAOS .... President 
HERBERT STELLING . . Vice-President 

;CHN T. HAINS. IR Secielary 

JOHN T. CLECKLEY .... Treasurer 





Members 




Allen, H. 


Fire, N. 


Nelll, W. 


Arthur, I. 


Fulmer, R. 


Phllpot, D, 


Bailey, P. 


Glover, I. 


Popkin, H. 


Baldowski, I. 


Goetchlus, E. 


Riley. F. C 


Bedle, B. 


Goldberg, G. 


Simon, C. 


BlackweU, M. 


Haypie, M. 


Simon. L. 


Boeckman, T. 


Irwin, C. 


Smith, R. 


Bryson. J. 


Lozenby, J. 


Stanford, L 


Bylngton, W. 


Uvy, I. C. 


Steed, H. 


Chaney, L. 


Mason. A. L. 


Sullivan, J. 


Cochrane, W. 


McGahee. I. 


Tyce, L. A. 


EUiot, R. 


Mize, G. 


Verdery, O 


Epps, I. 


Moss, L. 


Woo, Hon 



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Freshman Literary Society 



Officers 



First Semester 

W. REISER President 

M. OWENS .... Vice-President 

L. BATTEY Secretary 

[. WILLINGHAM . . Program Chainjian 



Second Semester 

M. RHODES President 

H. WALLER Vice-President 

J. EVE ... Secretary 

B. KINGERY . . . Program Chairman 





Members 




Anderson, F. 




Joe, A, 


Balrd, D. 




Jones, B. 


Bolgla, B. 




Klein, L. 


Bryson, E. 




Krelsberg, B. 


Capers, F. 




McGahee, C. 


DeLong, O. 




Norvoll, H. 


Dolan, B. 




Robertson. H 


Gillman, N. 




Rountree, L. 


Hagler, J. 




Steinberg, M. 


Henderson, A. 




Waller, J. 



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THE MUSKETEER" STAFF 



(THE MUSKETEER is Published Monthly by the Students of The Junior College of Augusta 
ard The Academy of Richmond Counly.) 



FIRSr SEMESTER 



lEREMIAH McDonald . . Managing Editor 

DOROTHY LAZENBY .... Literary Editor 

RANDOLPH JONES Sports Editor 

C. A. LANG Asst. Sports Editor 



lOUETT DAVENPORT .... Humor Editor 

JAMES TEBOW Make-Up Editor 

SAM TYSON Business Manoger 

ELLIOT MORAN . . . Asst. Business Manager 



SECOND SEMESTER 



ALVA COOPER . . J. C. A. Managing Editor 
L. A. NEWMAN . . A. R. C. Managing Editor 
DOROTHY LAZENBY .... Literary Editor 
RANDOLPH JONES Sports Editor 



C. A. LANG Asst. Sports Editor 

PHILIP WILHETT Humor Editor 

SAM TYSON Business Manager 

ELLIOT MORAN . . Asst. Business Manager 



FACULTY ADVISERS 



G. M. SCOTT 


A. G. OWENS 

REPORTERS 


I. G. SPETH 


F. Carstarphen 


W. Goddard 


C. Nelson 


R. Dunaway 


T. S. Howard 


H. Popkin 


G. Forbes 


W. Kennedy 


M. K. Ratteree 


B. W. Franklin 


I. C. Levy 


C. Thompson 




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J. C. A. Literary Society 



Officers 



EI.I7ARETH SKINNER 
JAMES HOOVER . 
SAMILLE SAYE . 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Members 



Florence Bailey 
Helen Boardman 
Marion Dasher 
Alex Doremus 
Acq Frances Davidson 
James Elixson 
Frances Gaines 
lames Hoover 
Mattie Avice James 
Dorothy Lazerby 
William Kale 



Jerry McDonald 
Robert McLarty 
Angelo Funaro 
Samille Saye 
Elizabeth Skinner 
Camilla Rutherford 
Taylor Sanders 
Sam Tyson 
Mary Helen Walker 
Lnuisa Willirgham 
Winifred Woodward 



Faculty Advisers 



ivR. NORMAN L. GALLOWAY 



MR. CHARLES «. MITCHELL 



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Richmond Hi-Y 



Officers 



First Semester 

EARLE KITCHEN .... President 
TOM BAKER .... Vice-President 
L. A. NEWMAN .... Secretary 
HERMAN SANCKEN . . . Treasurer 



Seeoinl Semester 

AL REDD President 

TUGGLE BRYNGELSON . . Vice-President 
CHARLIE THOMPSON . . . Secretary 
ED BAGGS Treasurer 



Members 



Bill Baggs 
Ed Baggs 
Tom Baker 
Roy Benson 
Tuggle Bryngelson 
Charlie Brotherton 
Joe Curtis 
Jack Harter 
Clarence Irwin 
Earle Kitchen 
Jimmy Lee 
Allen Morris 



Marvin McNair 
Grady McRae 
L. A. Newman 
Jimmy Nowell 
Billy Powers 
Milbum Ratleree 
Al Redd 
George Sancken 
Herman Sancken 
Charlie Stulb 
Charlie Thompson 
Billy Wheeless 



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Junior College Y. W. C. A. 



Officers 

lENNYE RUTH HILL , . President 

WINIFRED WOODWARD Vic-P.iESiDENr 

SUSAN BARNES Secretary and Treasurer 

MARY HELEN WALKER Publicity Agent 

ELIZABETH SKINNER Social Chairman 

VIRGINIA VIDETTO . . ' Welfare Chairman 

Members 

Cleo Bacon Margaret Hollingsworth 

Susan Barnes Frances Joe 

Ruth Cowan Lillian McElmurray 

Sara Dunaway Julia Richards 

Frances Gaines Elizabeth Skinner 

Mary Givens Virginia Vidotto 

Thelma Harben Mary Helen Walker 

Mary Hightower Louisa Wi'iingham 

lennye Ruth Hill Winifred Woodward 

Directors and Advisors 

MISS MARGARET BAILIE MRS. B. R. SMITH 

MRS. E. W. HARDY MRS. J. L. SKINNER 

MRS. C. A. SCRUGGS MISS EMMA TWIGGS 



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A.R. C.-J. C. A. Orchestra 



MR. 
ROE 


A. E. ANDERSON . . . 








ERT MOORE 








PIANO 






TROMBONES 




Ada Frances Davidson 






Qinton Sirolher 
Robert Sweall 




SAXAFHONES 






DRUMS 




Joe Curtis 
Marion Dasher 
Taylor Sanders 
Sam Saye 






Dan McFaden 




TRUMPETS 






SOUSAPHONE 




I. C. Anderson 
C. L. Bailie 
Louis Griffin 
W. C. !vey 






Harold Chandler 

VIOLIN 
Mr. Vernon Maddox 


1 




RYTHM TRIO 




1 




Qalne Goodson 
Thelma Harben 
Paul Stephens 





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A. R. C. -J. C. A. Glee Club 
"THE BELLE OF BARCELONA" 

A Musical Comedy in Three .lets 
CAST OF CHARACTERS 

LUIS DE MONTERO Allew Skinner 

GLORIA DE MONTERO Mary Helen Walker 

MARGARITA Carolyw Creson 

MERCEDES Grace Cheek 

FRANCISCO DE LA VEGA . . . .' James Hoover 

PEDRO Harrell Steed 

EMILIO William Haynie 

DON WAN Cecil Lemon 

DON lOSE Lloyd Adams 

DONA MARCELLA Elsie Tunkle 

DONA ANITA Frances Gaines 

MARTHA MATILDA AYERS Mattie AvicE Iames 

LIEUTENANT HAROLD WRIGHT WO King 

PATRICK MALONE ,a„es Kirkley 

CAPTAIN COLTON David Daley 



Choral Group 



Susan Barnes 
Ermine Cater 
Grace Davis 
Frank Deas 
Sara Dunaway 
James Elixson 
E'aine Goodson 
William Kitchens 



Dorothy Lackman 
Joyce Lawrence 
Dorothy Lazenby 
Margaret Lomon 
Va'.erie Mandt 
Camilla Motes 
Lu!a McCord 
Dorothy Newman 



Katherlne Reese 
Martha Soncken 
Sara Sancken 
Bern ice Slroupe 
Mary Toole 
Martin Wallace 
Ruth Waller 
Louisa Willingham 



^^- ^ r' ?^!:h?Z^^ Director-in-Chiep 

M«- u n ^^?^^^°^ Musical Director 

MR. H. O. READ Dramatic Coach 

ALEX DOREMUS, COLEMAN SMITH ' Advertising Managers 

ROBERT MOORE, DORROH NOWELL •. . '"""stTge Managers 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Vdrsity "A" Club 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 



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THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Alembic Chemistry Club 



Officers 



JAMES HOOVER President 

ED STELUNG Vice-President 

DAVID DALEY Secretary 

GUS TOOLE Treasurer 



Members 



Martha Bailie 
Marion Dasher 
Ada Frances Davidson 
Wilhara Evans 
Frances Gaines 
William Hardin 
lulia Harrell 
Mary Hightower 
Marvin Holley 
Maurice Klein 
Robert Moore 
Charles Pitls 



Frances Roper 
Camilla Rutherford 
J. A. Salley 
Taylor Sanders 
Conrad Smith 
T. Z. Sprott 
R. Steed 
Toe Stutb 
Sam Tyson 
Raworth Walker 
Sarah Wallace 
Winifred Woodward 



MR. C. A. SCRUGGS 



Faculty Adviser 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 




Stamp Club 



(THE STAMP CLUB was formed during the current year 

in the interest of student stamp collectors 

and philatelists.) 



Officers 

MACK C. HAYNIE, JR President 

WILLIAM H. RUSCH • Vice-President 

LESLIE YOUNGBLOOD Secretary 

MOSE MURPHEY Treasurer 

THOMAS DEAS Sales Manager 

Members 

Edward Davis Mose Murphey 

Thomas Deas . Wilfred Neill 

John Glover John C. Roesel 

Mack C. Haynie, Jr. William H. Rusch 

Lloyd Horton Leslie Youngblood 



THE 1936 RAINBOW 



Embryonic Pedagogues 



Honorary Charter Members 



MISS KATHARINE P. BOGGS 



MR. NORMAN L. GALLOWAY 



Members 



Dorothy Anderson 
Frieda Bartks 
Helen Carpenter 
Mary Caver 
Helen Doltnsky 



Margaret Hollingsworth 
Myrtle Howard 

Vivian Logue 
Louis Sylvester 
Virginia Videtto 



Myrtle Whitakcr 




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S. H. KRESS & CO. 



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! Wm. 5cliwe!oer{ &. Co. 



846 BROAD STREET 

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The Happy 1936 "Hop" - - - 

— then on with the dance of life 
MAY IT BE ONE OF HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS 



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YOUR STORE 



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AtADEMY and .11 .MOR COLLEUK ATHLETES WEAK 
SRALOING and GOLDSMITB ATHLETIC HqfTf.UE.XT 

Golf, Tennis, Basketball, and Football Supplies 
Complete Fishing and Hunting Equipment 



2IO-I2 Eighth St. 



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Smith Hardware Co. 



"QUALITY HARDWARE" 



927 Broad Streitt 



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MARION BLDG. 



AUGUSTA, GA. 



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ALL KINDS OF LONG AND \ 

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P;:c::e 203 



MlLLCDGEVILLE ROAD 



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R. L. Sumerau & Son 



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R. E. Blanchard 



2107 Kings Way 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



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Augusta Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 



Augusta, Ga. 










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Collins Baking Co. 

226 5th Street Phone 96 

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fields where the decisive struggles take 
place, but in the obscure and forgotten 
hours of preparation." 



Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust Company 

cAUGUi>TA, GEORgiA 



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1 City Tailoring Company 

1 JOHN ALFIERI, Proprietor 

J Experienced Custom Tailors and Designers 

J All Work Cut - Fitted and Made in Augusta 

3 429 Jackson St. Phone 4396 

3 AUGUSTA. GA. 

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HARRY W. JERNIGAN 

HARWARE - STOVES - PAINTS 
FARM IMPLEMENTS 



1033-39 BROAD ST. 



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I THE QUALITY SHOP I 

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J. B. WHITE and COMPANY 

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Ice Cream For Grade AA Milk 

all Occasions Certified 



Sancken's 

Visit The South's Most Modern Dairy 

OLD SAVANNAH ROAD 



GEORGIA-CAROLINA DAIRIES 



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I HOUSTON 

i ICE AND COAL COMPANY 

"HOME OWNED" 



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LlomyaanL 



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712 Broad Street 









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Citu O^ d/}u(ju4ta 



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Georgia and South Carolina Municipals D 

Local and General Market Securities y 



Johnson,, Lane, Space, & Company, Inc. 

INVESTMENT SECURITIES 
733 Broad Street Telephones 3047 3048 



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i Imperial, Modjeska, Rialto and Dreamland J 

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J. C. PENNEY CO., Inc. 

824 BROAD STREET 



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n WALKER-DuRANT MOTOR COMPANY, Inc. 



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"WATCHTHEFORDSGOBY" 

fl Broad at Fourteenth St. Telephone 300 Augusta, Georgia U 



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Portraits and Commercial Photographs 



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737 Broad St. Phone 2314 



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BOARDMANOILCO. 

'An All Augusta Institution' 



Clothiers and 
Haberdashers 

For Men and Young Men 



752 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



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DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, READY-TO-WEAR, 

CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINGS 

AND SHOES 



843-845-847-849 Broad Street 
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WE ALSO SERVE A COMPLETE LINE OF 

Diplomas- invitations -Cards 
Caps & Gowns -Trophies -Cups -Medals 

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office 743 Broad St. 

Plant: Druid Park Ave. 



Imperial Theatre Building 

Phone 18li 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



HULL, BARRETT & WILLINGHAM 

Attorneys at Law 



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Augusta Met* & 
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/OOfo Home Industry 



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National Exchange Bank 



Augusta, Georgia 



Stnaria Sound! (Pnaane^^Li^e 



We Cordially Solicit Your Business 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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"Your Friends Forever" 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



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Holal Richmond 



Augusta, Georgia 



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CO'MPLI.VIENTS OF 

R. E. Elliott Sons 

R. Allen Elliott, Lester F. Elliott 
S. Herbert Elliott 



Compliments of 



The Citizens and Southern 
National Bank 



No Account too Large---None too Small 
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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Phone 7919-J 1217 Troupe Street ^ 

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INIrs. Stella G. Leipold. Msrr. 



932 Broad Street 



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"Augusta's MASTER Service Station " 11 

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LEVY'S CLOTHES 

S T Y L K D [ 

Up To The Minute NOT Down To A Price! [ 

J. WILLIE LEVY CO., Inc. [ 

756 BROAD STREET | 



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Real Estate and General Insurance 

Augusla. Georgia 



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LEE. CONGDON & FULCHER 

Attorneys at Law 

Augusta, Georgia 



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Wtilter's Ikduty Shop 

207 4th Street 

Permanents, Beauty Treatments and Manicures 

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Ninety-Two Years of Service 
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DANCING THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 

The South's Most Beautilul Place to Dine, Dance and Swim. 

Designed and operated to enable wholesome entertainment 

in a pleasant atmosphere with every convenience. 

"PHONE IN FOR PRIVATE PARTIES" 

Located on U. S. Highway No. One, Two Miles South of 
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SHOUT UUDEIIS SANDWICHES 

50o Broad St. Phone 9263 

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To the Graduating Classes of 

193S - 1936 



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The Young Man Who Knows What He Wants Chooses 
"'Jasljlon Balloted" dlothes 

Sold Exclusively By 



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Exparl Operators and Complete Facilities for Every 
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MARY LOU'S BEAUTY SHOPPE 



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976 BROAD ST. 



AUGUSTA, GA. 



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HOLLYWOOD DRESS SHOPPE 
814 Broad Street 



Reliable Transfer Co., Inc. 

F. L. HARRISON. President 
Main Office: 8 Ninth Street 
AUGUSTA, GA. 



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Wm. F. Law, Jr., Agent 

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SALES AND SERVICE 

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GREY/HOUND 



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Established 1910 

T. D. CAREY & COMPANY 

INVESTMENT SECUBITIES 



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AUGUSTA. GA. 



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RICHMOND COUNTY, GA. 



Edwiw C. Mertins 

fAMES M. WOODDALL 



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IN AUGUSTA BY 

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740 Broad St. 



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Ike. 1936 Aidlnlrou/- has been 

made possible through their 

support, for which the staff is 

deeply grateful. 



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the i/real field of endan'or and accomplishment. It. 
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pleasure to turn the paijcs of the 1936 KAISBOW 
and think once aijaiu of the happy days ii'C spent at 
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this I'olume <eill not hai'c heen in vain.